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how to print on the screen or export the axial inertia moment of a model, in ANSYS Mechanical APDL

how to print on the screen or export the axial inertia moment of a model, in ANSYS Mechanical APDL

how to print on the screen or export the axial inertia moment of a model, in ANSYS Mechanical APDL

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Dear fellow engineers,

I am using ANSYS Mechanical APDL 2023 R1 for a static analysis. I can setup the simulation However, I wonder how can I print the axial inertia moment Ixx (area moment of inertia), in relation to the center of mass on the screen, or export it to a text file, upon the solution.


Thank you,
Best regards,
Andrade Silva

RE: how to print on the screen or export the axial inertia moment of a model, in ANSYS Mechanical APDL

Hi,
If you have areas defined in your model, then can use ASUM command to get the Ixx information and use /OUTPUT command before ASUM to redirect output to text file. Don't forget to issue /OPTPUT again without any argument to redirect the output to screen/standard output when you no longer want to redirect output to file.

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