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Invalid Analysis Definitions
Creo Simulate ensures that you have defined all analyses correctly. For example, Creo Simulate detects analyses that have missing references, no constraint sets or that have neither load sets nor prescribed displacements. These errors can occur if you delete a constraint set or load set after including it in an analysis.
Use Home > Analyses and Studies to open the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box, which you can use to edit the analysis definition. For more information, see About Analyses.
Creo Simulate also warns you if your model contains dynamic time, frequency, or random response analyses, and you have not defined any measures of the types calculated for those analyses.
You can define new measures with Home > Measures.
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