Reconstructing specific APDL results with DPFpierre.firstname.lastname@example.org | 09.02.2022
SDSG is an element quantity that is the maximum difference between the nodal average value and the elemental nodal value for all nodes of the element (for all components of stress). Here we look at the ability to display SDSG results in Mechanical.
Filter The Results of a dir Commandpernelle.email@example.com | 08.26.2022
To check all available methods and properties of an object we often use the dir() command. Sometimes it is useful to filter it by keywords, and for this the filter() method can be used.
Exporting results during a DOEpernelle.firstname.lastname@example.org | 08.19.2022
This week’s script tip comes from our very own Pernelle Marone-Hitz, Lead Application Engineer at Ansys.
Script Tip Friday- From ODB++ to Modal AnalysisAnsys Developer | 08.12.2022
Enrico Bedogni shares his 4-step process to go from ODB++ To Modal Analysis.
Script Tip Friday- "Python Code" object in MechanicalRohith Patchigolla | 07.29.2022
What if you could easily export all your results in Mechanical as images using simple scripts when running several design variations from Workbench automatically?
From the latest release i.e. v2022R2, we can do that!
Script Tip Friday- Automate Imported Loads Set up with WB ScriptingRohith Patchigolla | 07.22.2022
This week's Script Tip walks us through automating imported loads set up with Workbench scripting.
Script Tip Friday- Connecting Mechanical and ExcelAnsys Developer | 07.15.2022
This script tip covers Iron Python scripts for data export from Ansys Mechanical to MS Excel.
Script Tip Friday - Named Tuplesjames.email@example.com | 07.01.2022
When writing scripts of any kind you will often come across data
collections, or groupings that could really do with being stored in
some sort of structure. Now, you can always go away and make a class,
with a constructor and properties and so on and so forth... but this is
scripting and that might feel a bit too much like hard work. Instead I
ask if you have heard of