June 23, 2023 at 7:00 amVishwajeet KashyapSubscriber
I have done the explicit analysis in two steps in two workbench. I put linkage between the solution of first workbench to model of second workbench.I want to parameterize the output of first workbench to the input of second workbench. Please help
June 26, 2023 at 2:39 pmLydiaAnsys EmployeeHello, The problem you are describing looks like it can be approached differently depending on your scope. You can ,for example, do a parametric study or do data transfer through an external data set-up. Could you at first give me an insight on you ending goal?
June 26, 2023 at 4:12 pmVishwajeet KashyapSubscriber
I want output of Cell B after processing results as the input of of Cell C for parameterize
June 27, 2023 at 3:02 pmLydiaAnsys Employee
You can chain an output parameter to an input parameter to allow an input to be driven directly from the current value of an output, provided that the chaining does not create a circular dependency.
To chain an output parameter to an input parameter:
1. To view the parameters, double-click the Parameters cell of a system or the Parameter Set bar
2. In the Outline pane, to the right of New input parameter, click the New name cell and type a name for the parameter.
3. Click the New expression cell and type either a constant value or expression for the parameter.
4. Update the project, system, or Parameters cell to register the changes and return the values of the output parameter. Note that an update operation can be lengthy, depending on the analysis details.
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