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  1. Thanks for your help. i try to run another analysis for testing. how do i use SPMD card?
  2. hallo everybody, I'm using HW 12 and have already run some analysis (mostly static analysis). I use a Intel i7 3770k cpu with 4 cores and hyperthreading. I use the "-ncpu 8" option when running radioss, to minimize running time. But windows still shows only 50% cpu usage in the task manager. I also tried to use the "-nt 8" option, but it didn't make any difference. My professor in university told me these run options, but doesn't know himself, why the cpu ist only at 50%. Does anybody know, how to get 100% cpu usage when running Radioss 12? Is there some kind of parameter in the control cards maybe? Thanks in advance for some help!
  3. Thanks for your help! I have one more question: Is it possible to run a inertia relief analysis which includes not only suport1 constraints, but also SPC constraints? for example some other objects, that habe SPC contraints
  4. Hello everyone, I'm currently learning HW 12 in university and I tried to perform an inertia relief analysis to a normal metal chain (4 bodies with surface contacts). I performed the inertia relief tutorial RD-1030 and it work out. But when I tried to perform the inertia relief analysis on the chain, I didn't know how to set up the suport1 constraints and I haven't managed it yet to get the analysis going. I mostly get the Error 941 (large displacement). Seems that 6 dof constraints are not enough... Now I wanted to ask, if it is possible to perform inertia relief analysis with multiple bodies, which are connected via surface contacts to each other? Thanks in advance for some help!
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