[MBDyn-users] Time calculation with 1.3.15
romuald.noret at cdr.hutchinson.fr
Mon Jul 12 15:28:32 CEST 2010
1 > It's hard to answer : I don't have anymore PC with the MBDyn 1.3.9. I
asked computer scientists to downgrade one computer but I don't know when
it will be done.
2&3> The the build : it's not me but the person who install the new
version. He said : nothing changed in the OS and he uses exactly same
4 > Some inputs files runs, but not all of them. I am trying to make a
test file which reproduce the problem but I haven't succeded yet.
Thank you for your quick answer, I will try to be more specific when I
undertood what happened.
alessandro.fumagalli at polimi.it
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Re: [MBDyn-users] Time calculation with 1.3.15
strange behaviour... Could you be a little more precise?
1) Could you check the message given by mbdyn at the end of each run
"The simulation required XX seconds of computational time" and compare
this between 1.3.9 and 1.3.15?
2) Which version of gcc did you use?
3) Did you change something in the OS as well?
4) what do you mean with "sometimes" simulations don't run? When? When
you change some parameters or something else?
By the way, no difference regarding overconstrained systems. And, in
any case, I do not think your model is overconstrained because you
have beams in your model and, so, many dofs related to flexibility.
Please let us know.
Def. Quota Romuald NORET <romuald.noret at cdr.hutchinson.fr>:
> I recently upgraded fom MBDyn 1.3.9 to 1.3.15, while working on a beam
> study and I noticed a strange behavior :
> My model can be summarize as two spindles of beams in parallel, with
> joints between them. So it looks to an overconstrained model but its
> required to simulate an torsional effect.
> The load has two phae : a preload in the direction of the beams and an
> oscillation perpendicular to them.
> I haven't recorded time calculation, but it seems it much more longer
> the new version, at least 10 times, may be more . And in some case,
> simulations don't runs.
> That is why I wonder if new version is more strict with overconstrained
> system and if there is an other thing I must take in account? Or may be
> its a compialtion problem, I don't know.
> Thanks in advance.
> Best regards,
> Romuald Noret
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