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running ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB for optimization

running ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB for optimization

running ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB for optimization

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Hello,

I´m running ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB. I´m trying to run optimization on an ANSYS input file. Can you tell me what is the command to run ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB?

I know I should use the dos command, but I don´t know the correct syntax.

regards,
Hugo

RE: running ANSYS 13 mechanical on MATLAB for optimization

You need to ask in an ansys forum not a matlab one. Your support people should be able to tell you

Once you know the command you need then the matlab is just


dos('your command line goes here')

Cheers

Greg Locock


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