I did a Static Aeroelasticity to a Bridgedeck and instead of translate and rotate, it only translate and I had this error message in the analysis messages : mkl error : parameter 13 was incorrect on entry to dgemm
I don't know here it come from, if someone could explain me or help me it would be really nice.
I have only ever seen this message when doing hyperelastic non-linear analysis where the chosen material constants are "non-physical" or unable to be calculated for the parameters chosen.
It appeared when using the curve fitting method to determine material constants for hyperelastic materials, and in cases where one of the material constants calculated for MATHP, became "NaN" - ie. Not a Number.
I am not familiar with Aeroelastic analysis, but you may need be certain that any parameters you are using for the analysis are physically realistic. In my case, the analysis would "continue" but must have been in an infinite loop, because no [further] non-linear iterations would occur.