January 25, 2023 at 7:34 amFAQParticipant
The message could mean that there might be a joint, remote point, remote force, point mass with defomable behavior or mpc based bonded contact which is causing this issue. Some of these conditions might be sharing location. So, please check your model. If there is a remote force need to be distributed onto the scoped nodes, one constrain equation is not satisfied yet so solver will need to do more iterations to satisfy all the constrain equations so the force can be properly distributed. The message displayed in your case is due to not satisfying the above condition. You can get more details on force-distributed constraints in the following link of the documentation: // Contact Technology Guide // 9. Multipoint Constraints and Assemblies //9.3. Surface-Based Constraints If it is coming because of point mass, remote point, and remote force etc having defomrable behavior, please change behavior to rigid and rerun the anlaysis
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