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hubihubi2 (Bioengineer) (OP)
8 Jun 11 5:50
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
fuzzdoug (Mechanical)
8 Jun 11 12:00
Robert,

Take a look at the APDL Verification manual in the help file.

A lot of good info in the Ansys Customer Portal
https://www1.ansys.com/customer/default.asp

-Doug
naeng (Industrial)
11 Jun 11 2:38
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.
hubihubi2 (Bioengineer) (OP)
11 Jun 11 3:56
dmangels, naeng, thank you for your replies, greetings
flash3780 (Mechanical)
13 Jun 11 12:02
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.
TGS4 (Mechanical)
13 Jun 11 12:56
I would also check out http://ansys.net, especially http://ansys.net/?mycat=search&mytype=Tips&mycategory=APDL.  It's not updated very often, but there are some genuine nuggets of knowledge there.
hubihubi2 (Bioengineer) (OP)
13 Jun 11 14:25
flash3780, TGS4 - thank you for your kind help and your tips,

Greetings

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