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raghavendran.g
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 2:30 am  Reply with quote

Vijay,

You could use the saved db for creating an input file for ANSYS batch (for ANSYS Classic). A sample file might be as follows

*do, I, 1, <end_index>
finish
Resume, <job name>, db
/solu
Cmsel, s, <fixity>, area
Nsla, 1
D, all, all, 0
Cmsel,s,<force>,area
Nsla,,1
f,all,<FX>,I
Allsel
Save
Solve
*enddo

Thanks
Raghavendran G
Goodrich Aerospace India

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 2:36 am  Reply with quote

A small modification is the do loop should be placed after DB is
resumed. Hope this helps.

finish

Resume, <job name>, db

I=1

*do, I, 1, <end index>

/solu

Cmsel, s, <fixity>, area

Nsla, 1

D, all, all, 0

Cmsel,s,<force>,area

Nsla,,1

f,all,<FX>,I

Allsel

Save

Solve

*enddo

finish


Thanks

Raghavendran G

Goodrich Aerospace India

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Subject: Re: [Xansys] Geometry details in batch mode analysis

Vijay,



You could use the saved db for creating an input file for ANSYS batch
(for ANSYS Classic). A sample file might be as follows



*do, I, 1, <end_index>

finish

Resume, <job name>, db

/solu

Cmsel, s, <fixity>, area

Nsla, 1

D, all, all, 0

Cmsel,s,<force>,area

Nsla,,1

f,all,<FX>,I

Allsel

Save

Solve

*enddo



Thanks

Raghavendran G

Goodrich Aerospace India





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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 11:19 am  Reply with quote

"Only keypoints , element , nodes were transferred."

Transferred from where? If you generate the geometry from within your
batch script, or you resume a database containing geometry at the
beginning of your batch script, then you will have access to the
geometry. If you're transferring a model from ANSYS Workbench to ANSYS
MAPDL/Classis, then you'll only have nodes and elements (at least in
rev. 11). Likewise, if you're using some third-party code (e.g.,
Hypermesh), then you'll only have nodes and elements.

Regards,

Dave

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Dave Lindeman
Lead Research Specialist
3M Company
3M Center 235-3F-08
St. Paul, MN 55144
651-733-6383


Vijay Anand wrote:
> Hi users,
> I am using ansys (V11) batch mode solver. While solving in batch mode i have to access geometry details.
> If i try to access there was error because geometry details were not transferred. Only keypoints , element , nodes were transferred.
>
> For example i have to use commands ASEL , AGEN , APLOT.... ( FOR AN DYNAMIC ANALYSIS with in *do loop. ).
>
>
> please suggest a solution.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Vijay Anand
> LARSEN AND TOUBRO LIMITED
> COIMBATORE
> INDIA
>
>
> Larsen & Toubro Limited
> Electrical & Electronics Division - EBG
> http://www.LNTEBG.com
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:55 pm  Reply with quote

Thanks for your reply....

I got the solution.

Actually i have defined geometry in ansys classic. After i wrote the CDB file..i tried to access the geometry.
where it was not there. But resuming a database containing geometry at the
beginning of your batch script had solved my issue.

thanks for the reply.

Vijay Anand

>>> On 10/27/2009 at 11:49 PM, in message <--email address suppressed-->, Dave Lindeman <--email address suppressed--> wrote:

"Only keypoints , element , nodes were transferred."

Transferred from where? If you generate the geometry from within your
batch script, or you resume a database containing geometry at the
beginning of your batch script, then you will have access to the
geometry. If you're transferring a model from ANSYS Workbench to ANSYS
MAPDL/Classis, then you'll only have nodes and elements (at least in
rev. 11). Likewise, if you're using some third-party code (e.g.,
Hypermesh), then you'll only have nodes and elements.

Regards,

Dave

-------------------------
Dave Lindeman
Lead Research Specialist
3M Company
3M Center 235-3F-08
St. Paul, MN 55144
651-733-6383


Vijay Anand wrote:
> Hi users,
> I am using ansys (V11) batch mode solver. While solving in batch mode i have to access geometry details.
> If i try to access there was error because geometry details were not transferred. Only keypoints , element , nodes were transferred.
>
> For example i have to use commands ASEL , AGEN , APLOT.... ( FOR AN DYNAMIC ANALYSIS with in *do loop. ).
>
>
> please suggest a solution.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Vijay Anand
> LARSEN AND TOUBRO LIMITED
> COIMBATORE
> INDIA
>
>
> Larsen & Toubro Limited
> Electrical & Electronics Division - EBG
> http://www.LNTEBG.com (http://www.lntebg.com/)
>
> This E-mail may contain confidential or privileged information for the intended recipient(s). If you are not the intended recipient, please do not use or disseminate the information, notify the sender and delete it from your system.
>
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