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APDL tutorials

APDL tutorials

(OP)
Hello,

      I learn APDL codes and I am looking for some tutorials. Has anyone got them? I would be very appreciated for sending the links or any information.
I had searched the internet and I found few tutorials but only few.
I also avail form Ansys help.

Best regards,

Robert

RE: APDL tutorials

Hi hubihubi2,

This book will help you, "The Finite Element Method and Applications in Engineering Using ANSYS", Erdogan Madenci &
Ibrahim Guven, Ed. Springer., explains the use of macros and more about ANSYS APDL.

RE: APDL tutorials

(OP)
dmangels, naeng, thank you for your replies, greetings

RE: APDL tutorials

You may try going through the tutorials in Ansys APDL (Classic) using only APDL commands to become more familiar with APDL. They don't take terribly long.

RE: APDL tutorials

(OP)
flash3780, TGS4 - thank you for your kind help and your tips,

Greetings

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