June 6, 2022 at 9:30 amWatch & LearnParticipant
In this video, we will talk about how to import Design Exploration data from an Excel file. The spreadsheet format and the ability to create formulas makes Excel a handy tool for the generation of an input table for parametric study. We will see how to bring this data into Workbench.
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- Contact Definitions in ANSYS Workbench Mechanical
- How to resolve “Error: Invalid Geometry”?
- After Workbench crashes, how can I recover the project from a .mechdb file?
- How to locate an element of a particular ID number in Mechanical?
- Model has a large number of contacts – how to reduce them?
- How to display the color of each body based on the material in Mechanical?
- How to Connect Excel to Workbench
- Please explain the warning message “coefficient ratio exceeds 10e8” ?
- How can I plot bodies colored by material property in Workbench?