ACEL – Specifies the linear acceleration of the global Cartesian reference frame HELP – Displays help information on ANSYS commands and element types. ANSYS Mechanical APDL Command Reference – Ebook download as PDF File . pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. ansys apdl. Mechanical APDL Command Reference ANSYS Mechanical APDL Element ANSYS Mechanical APDL Advanced Analysis
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NSOL – Specifies nodal data to be stored from the results file. SEXP – Forms an element table item by exponentiating and multiplying.
If you need to apply a pressure load, you use either SF to apply to nodes ore SFE to apply to elements. Most people use nodal selection or referenc to apply displacements to multiple nodes.
BFK – Defines a body force load at a keypoint. STAT – Displays the status of database settings. EDRD – Switches a part from deformable to rigid or from rigid to deformable in an explicit dynamic analysis. ASLV – Selects those areas contained in absys selected volumes.
SE – Defines a superelement. CYL4 – Creates a circular area or cylindrical volume anywhere on the working plane. ASLV – Commabd those areas contained in the selected volumes. TB – Activates a data table for material properties or special element input.
ASBA – Subtracts areas from areas. EDRI – Defines inertia properties for a new rigid body that is created when a deformable part is switched to rigid in an explicit dynamic analysis. EDIS – Specifies stress initialization in an explicit dynamic full restart analysis. NSOL – Specifies nodal data to be stored from the results file.
VEXT – Generates additional volumes by extruding areas. FORM – Specifies the format of the file dump. Above we point out that all entities have an ID. Any characters to the right of one are ignored by the program.
ANSYS Commands Manual Topic Index
VSUM – Calculates and prints geometry statistics of the selected volumes. KUSE – Specifies whether or not to reuse the factorized matrix.
SAVE – Saves fommand current database information. ASBL – Subtracts lines from areas. NSLV – Feference those nodes associated with the selected volumes. Another key thing to know about commands in MAPDL is that most entities you create not loads and boundary conditions have an ID number.
ESLV – Selects elements associated with the selected volumes. AADD – Adds separate areas to create a single area. LATT – Associates element attributes with the selected, unmeshed lines. FS – Stores fatigue stress components at a node.
SSPA – Specifies a preintegrated membrane stiffness for shell sections. KSLL – Selects those keypoints contained in the selected lines.
LPTN – Partitions lines. BFE – Defines an element body force load. LSUM – Calculates and prints geometry statistics of the selected lines. ESYS – Sets the element coordinate system attribute pointer. DSYM – Specifies symmetry or antisymmetry degree-of-freedom constraints on nodes.
20 APDL Commands Every ANSYS Mechanical User Should Know
TIME – Sets the time for a load step. RCYC – Calculates cyclic results for a mode-superposition harmonic solution. DATA – Reads data ansy from a file into a variable.
LDIV – Divides a single line into two or more lines.
LINL – Finds the common intersection of lines. LINV – Finds the intersection of a line with a volume. IRLF – Specifies that inertia relief calculations are to be performed. INT1 – Integrates a variable. CM referencr Groups geometry items into a component.
Commands Reference Table of Contents (UP )
SSPA – Specifies a preintegrated membrane stiffness for shell sections. SSLN – Selects and reerence small lines in the model.
NSLK – Selects those nodes associated with the selected keypoints.
LINA – Finds the intersection of a line with an area.