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| 02.20.2024

This demo shows you how to create a report from a saved Mechanical session using Python in Ansys v2024R1.

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PyAEDT 0.7.11 Released!

| 02.12.2024

This week has seen the latest release of PyAEDT with version 0.7.11. This release includes a number of new features from the community as well as fixes across a variety of outstanding issues.

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| 01.31.2024

In this final installment in our series on the Portal Paradox we look at simulation results.

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Portal Paradox Part 3: The Portal Paradox Theory

| 01.25.2024

We are on to the fourth installment (of five) in this series on the Portal Paradox. This article discusses the theory behind the paradox, and sets up a simulation using Python.

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