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Hi,

You can monitor the results from the animation files created. The frequency for writing animation files (/ANIM/DT) will be provided in the engine file and you can request for more number of animation files, thereby a much finer animation can be created. During the run, using the solver control option you can request to create an animation file and the solver will create an animation file at that particular time step.

Also, from the engine out (_0001.out)file you can monitor the energy error and added mass (mass error).The Energy Error is computed by RADIOSS is a percentage. If the error is negative, it means that some energy has been dissipated and if the error is positive, there is an energy creation. If the positive energy error is greater, the source of this energy has to be identified. Incompatible kinematic conditions can lead to such a situation.For a good model the energy error should be negative and  must be less than 10%. 

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4 hours ago, George P Johnson said:

Hi,

You can monitor the results from the animation files created. The frequency for writing animation files (/ANIM/DT) will be provided in the engine file and you can request for more number of animation files, thereby a much finer animation can be created. During the run, using the solver control option you can request to create an animation file and the solver will create an animation file at that particular time step.

Also, from the engine out (_0001.out)file you can monitor the energy error and added mass (mass error).The Energy Error is computed by RADIOSS is a percentage. If the error is negative, it means that some energy has been dissipated and if the error is positive, there is an energy creation. If the positive energy error is greater, the source of this energy has to be identified. Incompatible kinematic conditions can lead to such a situation.For a good model the energy error should be negative and  must be less than 10%. 

during the run, using the solver control option you can request to create an animation file and the solver will create an animation file at that particular time step. how can I do?

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Hi,

While running RADIOSS solver you will get the solver controls options. Check the ANIM option and click on the send command option so that an animation file will be created.

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