1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 24, 2018 11:22 AM by Matt Peneguy

    Intel Visual Fortran run-time Error

    Bryson Tidman

      Hello. I'm attempting to simulate a structural frame and observe the stresses on the hinges I've chosen. I'm using Solidworks 2016 x64 SP 4.0 Premium with Simulation Professional (network license).

       

      The model meshes fine, but for some reason I can not get the simulation to run past 18.2% (with Factorization at 100%) before it errors with a Visual Fortran error. I've included the error below (in both text and screenshot form in case the screenshot doesn't carry). The #######'s are all different, but I've included a screenshot if they are important.

       

      forrtl: severe (9): permission to access file denied, unit 96, file

      C:\Program Files\SOLIDWORKS Corp\SOLIDWORKS\Simulation\.MOM

      Image                         PC                         Routine          Line          Source

      STAR.exe              (######'s)                    UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      STAR.exe                    " "                            UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN 

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN 

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN 

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      STAR.exe                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      KERNEL32.DLL                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN

      ntdll.dll                    " "                              UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN     UNKNOWN      

        

       

      I can't share the model for proprietary reasons, but essentially the hinges are connected to the frame with virtual bolts, and the outer edge of the frame is fixed (as it will be welded to the body of our assembly).

       

      Please let me know if you have any ideas or suggestions.

       

      Thanks!