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"No analysis is associated with the limit on measure..."

JonathanHodgson
11-Garnet

"No analysis is associated with the limit on measure..."

So, at long last I've actually got an optimisation study working, and rather well.

Having so far been optimising for displacement with a mass limit, I'm now trying to introduce some stress limits too. Unfortunately I'm getting the error above.

It's a simple static analysis that's linked to the optimisation, on a single part. There's only one static analysis defined, and one optimisation study. The measures give results when running the static analysis on its own.

What on earth is this about?


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I found one single occurrence of this error message in our database. Investigation in R&D showed that it was due to a model corruption.

To fix the model, remove the design limit row that causes the failure and reinserting the limit.

I updated and published the related article now, so that it is visible in our database: CS131644

If you have the chance to verify, whether it helps in your case, too, please give me a feedback - it's always good to know whether a published article actually is of value.

Thanks Gunter. Unfortunately I've moved on from that model now so I don't have like-for-like to verify, but I'll remember this in case it happens again!

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