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Affected Software: Simcenter 11.0.1
Scope: Windows 64-Bit & Linux 64-Bit

Simcenter 11.0.1 MP6 is an accumulation of fixes built for installation on top of Windows 64-Bit and Linux 64-Bit images of Simcenter 11.0.1.

To find the release package for your platform, click here.

Note: A valid WebKey account is required.

From the Welcome page, Enter “simcenter-11.0.1.mp06” (including the quotes) in the Search box to see a list of links to the release letter and available release packages.

Affected Software: Simcenter 11.0.2
Scope: Windows 64-Bit & Linux 64-Bit

Simcenter 11.0.2 MP2 is an accumulation of fixes built for installation on top of Windows 64-Bit and Linux 64-Bit images of Simcenter 11.0.2.

To find the release package for your platform, click here.

Note: A valid WebKey account is required.

From the Welcome page, Enter “simcenter-11.0.2.mp02” (including the quotes) in the Search box to see a list of links to the release letter and available release packages.

Affected Software: Simcenter 11.0.0 and 11.0.1
Associated PR Number(s): 8343577
Scope: Windows 64-Bit & Linux 64-Bit
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PROBLEM:

Importing a load, constraint or simulation object which references an interpart expression can corrupt your model.

The "Import Simulation Entities" command is used to import simulation entities from a source simulation into the current simulation (i.e. import from source SIM model to current SIM model). Using this command to import a load, constraint or simulation object which references an interpart expression can corrupt your model.

Interpart expressions are expressions that are linked between part files. For example, an expression defined in a FEM can be linked and referenced in a related SIM as an interpart expression. If you use an interpart expression in the definition of a load and then copy it into a target simulation model via the "Import Simulation Entities" command, the target model can get corrupted.

This issue exists in Simcenter version 11.0.0 and 11.0.1.

 

REMEDY:

The issue does not exist prior to version 11, and the issue has been resolved in version 11.0.2 and following releases.

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