Situation: I'm calling a solve block (prime 4.0) multiple times for a variety of conditions. Unfortunately, some of those calls don't converge, so I get no results. I understand why it doesn't converge for some cases and that's not a big deal - if I can just get mathcad to move onto the next step. So, what's a good approach for this? I didn't have any luck using TRY since a failure to converge apparently isn't an error.
General question - so no examples attached. But here's a simple hypothetical - solving for flow conditions along a pipe. Each call would be at a different location along the pipe length. If 10% don't converge I can still see the trend of parameters, so I'm happy to just ignore those failed cases.
Just looking for some ideas to try.
Edit - After further trials I did get TRY to work. But still wondering if there isn't a better solution. (It appears to have a bug if I add too many lines of code within the try, but that's another story.)
You can create a function of the result of a solve block. If you wrap that function into an on-error statement of an encapsulating function, you might (should?) be able to deal with error conditions where the solve block does not converge.
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