August 24, 2022 at 10:16 amMd_SalemSubscriber
I am doing harmonic analysis using Workbench 22.1 for a cantilever plate
Due to design requirements, I have to do the analysis using frequency vlaue from external *.txt file
Now I have a problem with workbench harmonic analysis, which is how to force the solver to bypass the (analysis setting) of workbench solver and read the analysis setting from my APDL macro code ?
*VREAD,Fd,MODES_F,TXT,G:\ !(Fd parameter for frequency & MODES_F.txt is the file)
(F12.4) !(fortran format)
The workbench keeps telling me (invalid "Range Maximum") even if I put numerical value directly instead of Fd.
I think that the problem is in the (Analysis Setting) table which has to be filled up with values or deleted or doing a bypass to enforce workbench solver to take the analysis setting form the APDL macro
August 26, 2022 at 12:51 pmChandra SekaranAnsys Employee
In Workbench Mechanical under 'Analysis Settings' for harmonic analysis you can turn 'user defined frequencies' to ON. Then cut and paste the frequency points where you want solution into the table. This will ensure solution at these additional points. Have you tried this already?
August 27, 2022 at 10:54 amMd_SalemSubscriber
I turned the user defined frequencies to ON , the I paste the command line in the table and entered the maximum value for the in the’ maximum range’ didn’t work . Moreover, I moved the APDL commands up to define the (Fd) prior to the analysis setting, then used just the symbol (Fd) in the user defined frequency table but didn’t work either
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