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ANSYS Workbench scripting

  1. Jun 14, 2012 #1
    Hello everyone,

    I have a question regarding Ansys workbench. I have a model in WB and I am doing a parametric study. I have an input parameter which is a radius which I have parametarized (by checking the box next to it). Now my radius is in the table of design points. I am trying to run the simulation by giving a range of values of radius in the table of design points. In output, I want the coordinates of the node with the maximum von mises stress. I know that I can export the von mises stress results (by right clicking von mises stress) into excel and get the x,y,z coordinates of the node with maximum stress. But, I was wondering if there was a way to these coordinates automatically for all the radius values that I specify in the table of design points by writing a code or some other way.
    Also, if it is possible to get the coordinates in the table of design points.

    Any help is appreciated!!

    Thanks,
    Sameer Jade
    MIE Dept., UMass Amherst
     
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