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Spring connection for suspension arm assembly

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Hi,

When i tried to perform quasi-static analysis of a front suspension with a flex body within spring connection between meshed parts, i have the problem as shown below:

"Static analysis terminated because absolute Max_delta_q_tol is satisfied.
ERROR: GTCMAT Initial Static Analysis failed!
 
ERRMES:USER [1]
Error computing Compliance Matrix for wheel center markers.
 
** EXECUTION STOPS DUE TO ENDFLG IN USER SUB **
WARNING: Statics analysis failed at time = 9.500E-01
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
WARNING: Statics analysis failed at time = 9.500E-01".

And the h3d static ride analysis of the supension isn't available. i think that the problem comes from spring connections between meshed parts because i already have done this case with rigid connections.

i'm really waiting for your reply. 

 

 

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On 4/28/2017 at 1:52 PM, riham1994 said:

"Static analysis terminated because absolute Max_delta_q_tol is satisfied.

Can you relax the tolerance in Static option to say 0.01 and check if this helps?

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Hi @riham1994

 

I would like to know whether are you getting static simulation converged? or it is attempting for MKEM? 
Please send us log file for your simulation so we can get some more details on your errors.

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