I have a new issue with Calculix, but until now only on a single new computer (Windows 10 Pro for Workstations).
It looks like CalculiX starts loading the model but it stops at calculating the eigenvalues.
I tested with lots of old input files that work on other computers.
Below you can see the output for an example.
I’m using the ccx_2.15_MT.exe, downloaded from https://github.com/ddfem/ccx_mingw64
Can it be that CalculiX has some dependencies (some dll’s) that are missing on that specific machine?
Or can it be that it’s not compatible with the newest Windows OS?
Thank you very much.
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You are using an executable made on Fr, 18. Jan 2019 11:11:53
The numbers below are estimated upper bounds
one-dimensional elements: 0
two-dimensional elements: 0
integration points per element: 4
degrees of freedom per node: 3
layers per element: 1
distributed facial loads: 0
distributed volumetric loads: 0
concentrated loads: 0
single point constraints: 0
multiple point constraints: 1
terms in all multiple point constraints: 1
tie constraints: 0
dependent nodes tied by cyclic constraints: 0
dependent nodes in pre-tension constraints: 0
terms in all sets: 158404
constants per material and temperature: 2
temperature points per material: 1
plastic data points per material: 0
data points in all amplitudes: 2
print requests: 0
property cards: 0
Frequency analysis was selected
Decascading the MPC’s
Determining the structure of the matrix:
number of equations
number of nonzero lower triangular matrix elements
Using up to 1 cpu(s) for the stress calculation.
Using up to 1 cpu(s) for the symmetric stiffness/mass contributions.
Factoring the system of equations using the symmetric spooles solver
Using up to 1 cpu(s) for spooles.
Calculating the eigenvalues and the eigenmodes