The Python Standard Library: email@example.com | 10.05.2022
In this article I want to shine a light on one of the smaller and more useful packages in the Python standard library. Hopefully you know it already, but if you're coming across it for the first time, read on! This is all about
Converting Nodal Coordinates Field to Local Coordinate Systemjames.firstname.lastname@example.org | 09.30.2022
We cover the steps for converting the Nodal Coordinates Field to Local Coordinate System using PyDPF.
How to make peace with email@example.com | 09.24.2022
A huge part of any Python developer's arsenal is the ability to link your Python program with "other stuff".
Script Tip Friday: Getting it right the first time for Mould CompensationAnsysDeveloper | 09.23.2022
For this week's Script Tip Friday, Fabio Pavia, discusses how you can design for an optimal mould shape in 3 steps using partner tools for composites connected to Ansys Mechanical.
Integrating images and plots using a Python Code object (Cpython)admin | 09.23.2022
Python Code objects in Ansys 2022R2 allow the user to change the engine to Cypthon. This opens the door to using more modern python libraries and modules.
Find the time-varying center of gravity location of a deforming modeladmin | 09.16.2022
We cover the steps to find the time-varying center of gravity location of a deforming model using DPF in mechanical.
How To Plot Spring Force as a Contour Plot Using DPFayush.firstname.lastname@example.org | 09.09.2022
Using the scoping.on_mesh_property operator to extract the COMBIN14 (spring element) mesh, users can extract the MAPDL smisc results for spring forces with the mapdl.smisc operator.
Reconstructing specific APDL results with DPFpierre.email@example.com | 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.