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May 25, 2022 at 12:50 pmYANGHEEYOUNGSubscriberhello.
I am a graduate student doing structural analysis.
I used a ANSYS APDL as a structural analysis tool.
I am writing this question about the file save
For example, after analyzing case1, I saved it. And after, case 2 was also analyzed.
And after looking at the case1.db file and closing it, later , if open with case2.db file , the result of case1 analysis is displayed.
That is, the results of case2 are not displayed but the previous file(case1) remains.
From what I see, it seems to be a problem with the working directory and the job name.
How should I solve it???
May 26, 2022 at 1:17 pmChandra SekaranAnsys EmployeeNot sure what you mean by case1 and then case2. Are these load steps? The different results are stored in file.rst. To review results you should use the SET command in POST1. for example
set,1,1 ! read first load step results
plns ! display results
prns ! print results
set,2,1 ! read second load step results
plns ! print second load step results
May 27, 2022 at 2:45 amYANGHEEYOUNGSubscriberSorry. I didn't tell you exactly.
case1 and case2 are not load steps.
Let me explain again from the beginning.
First, for example, for plate analysis, the analysis was saved as working directory: 1 & job name: plate.
Then, to analyze the cylindrical shell, I changed the analysis to working directory : 2 & job name : cylindrical and saved it.
And when I open plate.db file to view plate analysis, working directory : 1 & job name : plate is not opened,
but working directory :2 & job name : cylindrical is opened.
In this case, how best to solve it?
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