the requested s data is not available. the plnsol command is ignored
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I had some problem about mechanical apdl , thanks to nsiwac i solved one of them. but now when i try to see on graph it say'' no path data active plpath command is ignored''
Is there anyone who could help me
Thank you nsiwac. I too had the same problem. It worked now.
Regards Ananth Narayan
Thanks nsiwac, I had this problem and your solution worked for me!
Pomalley had the same issue and he suggested changing these settings.
I was having the same issue but changing the mechanical product launcher settings from distributed computing to shared memory seems to work.
Click on the Results Viewer and load the RST, this should have the total deformation at least by default
If that doesn't work, try using OUTRES,ALL,ALL as jason suggested in the command window.
Take some time to go over the most commonly used commands in APDL. This article is very useful in getting started.
Additionally, the Cornell learning modules have a few tutorials that you can pick up easily from.
I used solid65, solid45 and link180 for my reinforced concrete shape. I am new in Ansys, I don't know what ı must do. What is outres, Where is it, I am very appreciate for your helping
Not able to get the stress solution and define element table. In stress solution it shows the requested S data is not available. The PRNSOL command is ignored. and in element table while adding SMISC, # it shows the requested database is not available. The ETABLE command is ignored. this is in the student version ANSYS 2019 R1.
Are you reading in the rst file in 2019R1 MAPDL?
looks like the elements you selected are not valid/present?
Are you able to plot the total deformation for the whole structure?
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