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    • On the Project Schematic, double-click either the Model or the Setup cell to launch Mechanical.
    • In the Mechanical application, on the Home tab, select Solve Process Settings.
    • In the Solve Process Settings dialog box, click Add Queue.
    • In the Rename Solve Process Settings dialog box, enter a Solve Process Setting Name (for example, Cluster), then click OK.
    • In the Solve Process Settings dialog box: In the left pane, select the solve process setting whose name you just specified.
    • In the Settings pane, select the RSM Queue to which the Mechanical job will be submitted.
    • From the License drop box, select the ANSYS product license to be used for the solution (ANSYS Academic Research Mechanical and CFDmaybe the default one "Ansys Mechanical Enterprise").
    • In the Advanced Properties dialog box: Select the Distribute Solution (if possible) option, Specify the Max number of utilized cores., Click OK.
    • In the Solve Process Settings dialog box, click OK. The dialog box closes and the solve process setup is complete.
    • Select the Solve drop-down on the toolbar. You will see the solve process name you just defined (in this example, Cluster). Select that process.
    • Tick Distributed ans specify Number of Cores (Note: However, the 2020R2 version ignores this and uses the maximum cores per node: 36 for Helvetios and 28 for Fidis to run the job).
    • Click Solve. The solve commences. When the solution has completed, the Solution branch and the items underneath it in the project tree will each have a down arrow next to them.
    • Right-click Solution and select Get Results.

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