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.sta File from Hyperform to Radioss

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Hi,

I've done a form simulation in Hyperform and I would like to import the .sta file in a new simulation made with radioss block, but when I run the second simulatio an error occours.

The error is:

ERROR ID :         1101
** INPUT ERROR
DESCRIPTION :
   CANNOT OPEN INCLUDE FILE
SOLUTION :
   PLEASE CHECK IF INCLUDE FILE LIES IN THE DIRECTORY

 

Could someone halp me?

Thank you in advance

 

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Hi,

 

as the error message suggests, make sure all relevant files (also include files) are in the same folder.

However, importing *.sta files should result in Tables entity not Include Files. Include Files are created when importing  *.sty files.

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Hi @Ivan

thanks for your replay.

All file are in the same folder.

After several attempts where I change the different options about include file (in the attached images you can see the options set) the simulation run.

image.png.9709e0359e78333061ca07c9578861fe.png   

 

image.png.6814e1938f2c1114edc4e604a2554fb8.png 

 

Anyway when I import .sta file it doesn't results in a table but in include file:

image.png.441dc7a5d19788090d94fb2261956d04.png

 

Furthermore, despite the simulation runs the component hasn't inital stress.

 

I don't know where I'm wrong!

Could you help me?

 

Thanks a lot!!!!

 

 

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I literally face this problem many time,

In my workplace i have System by which Solver easily able to access .sta file made in of hyperform by radioss.

But at my PC same version of Radioss solver unable to access .rad file. every time shows same error as mentioned by marta. I think there is some issues to access .sta the file due to any kind of permission bound. If anyone can solve this will really helpful.

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