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Abaqus mapping

Abaqus mapping

Abaqus mapping

I need to mapp residual stress from one model that i got to another model that i need to do myself. i made my model and save it all in one folder.then, i wrote in mymodel.inp above step MAP SOLUTION, unbalanced stress=step, step=1, inc=(number of increments from model that i got) and then save it.
opened abaqus comand and wrote [C:\temp>cd C:\"path"] and then abaqus job= "my model".inp oldjob="old model" int, and then happend "Abaqus warning :The .inp extension has been removed from the job identifier abaqus". How to fix this? what did i do wrong? pls help i am new to this

RE: Abaqus mapping

Did it run anyway or was the analysis aborted because of that? You should just use job=input_file_name without the extension.

RE: Abaqus mapping

It runs but when i crate another Job from my input file, there is nothing (0 N/mm2). I dont know what is the problem
Abaqus warning :The .inp extension has been removed from the job identifier abaqus, what does this mean?

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