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Connect several Finite Element Simulations

Connect several Finite Element Simulations

Connect several Finite Element Simulations

(OP)
Hi,

I am modelling the blow-moulding process in ANSYS workbench 18.1. I am doing it by several isolated simulations. How can I connect all those simulations? I mean, how can I transport results from one simulation to another if I connect it to an optimization code, written in FORTRAN or MATLAB? What must I do?

Thanks in advance,
Best regards,
AndradeSilva

RE: Connect several Finite Element Simulations

Take a look at External Data under Component Systems in the tool bar.

Rick Fischer
Principal Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory

RE: Connect several Finite Element Simulations

(OP)
Hi,

Thanks for your reply and for your help. Can you link to a tutorial on how to do want I want to do?


Best regards,
Andrade Silva

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