When you execute an FEA model, this creates a simulation study. A simulation study consists of one or more simulations, where a simulation costs core-hours and generates results. A simulation study is associated with a specific design version of a project.
The execution of a parametric model creates multiple simulations in a single simulation study. A parametric model is a model that includes parameters, where a parameter is an aspect of your model that can be varied. OnScale Solve allows the various simulations that make up a parametric simulation study to be run in parallel.
When you visit the Simulations page of the dashboard, you’ll see a list of simulation studies that you have run in the last six months, whether completed or in progress.
Run a simulation
Simulations are run from the Modeler. To run a simulation, you must first open a project.
Open a simulation study
To open a simulation study, select it in the list. You’ll be taken to the simulation study details page.
Open a project
To open the project for which a simulation study was run, locate your simulation study in list and click then select Open Project . This will take you to the project details page.
Open the Modeler
To open the design version for which a simulation study was run, locate your simulation study in list and click then select Open Modeler . This will take you to the Modeler.
To open the results of a simulation study, locate your simulation study in list and click then select Open Results . This will take you to the Results tab of the Modeler.
Filter simulation studies
You can apply different filters for the following:
Apply a different filter
- Select .
- Select a checkbox.
Remove a filter
Select in the gray box for the filter, or else select Clear Filters.