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Hi,

I am performing a DOE calculation of a MBD full verhicle model. I've defined input variables already. It was the stiffness of the mounting. In evaluate step, the solve doesn't have any error. But when I defined the output response, I couldn't find the .mrf file, that I can approach to the output of solve. There was neither .rdf file nor .h3d file in my directory document as usual. 

I'm newbie, so does anyone have any idea to solve my problems? Thanks!

 

 

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Hi Rahul,

I've checked the task_exe_stdout.txt file. It has this message:

ERROR in hwsolver script execution:
 Unknown argument motionview/HYPERSTUDY/1/approaches/nom_1/run__00001/m_1/1.xml

The .log file didnt have any issue.

Thanks!

 

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Hi,

Regarding the message in your the task_exe_stdout, it seems that the execution in MotionSolve has failed. In such case the task Execute in HyperStudy is displayed in red. Is this what you see?

 

If you still face the issue to get *.mrf files written in the run folder, can you please specify the MotionSolve and HyperStudy versions you are using.

 

Concerning the use of MotionSolve Data set options as design variables in HyperStudy study, I would say Yes if they are available for selection on MotionSolve side.

 

Kind regards,

Diana

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Hi Diana,

Thanks for your response. I've done it for a long time. The issue came with my MotionSolve model.

you are a girl, aren't you? =))

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