Can you use Granta STK to scan a database for records, which have more than 100 points in a FDA?

Rali Member, Employee Posts: 4
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edited June 28 in Materials

Ansys solver can only handle a maximum of 100 data points per material property. If a curve has more than 100 data points on import Ansys Workbench returns an error.

My client has a large database and is unsure of what is the best way to clean up the data to improve the experience for the simulation users. Could we use STK to understand the impact ( number of records which have curve data with more than 100 points)?



  • Andy_Grigg
    Andy_Grigg Member, Employee Posts: 6
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    This could be done, although you'd need to export the functional data for each record/attribute and check the len of the resulting data. There isn't any way of doing this without exporting the data first though, so it might be something to leave running overnight, depending on the size of the table.