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Old   August 17, 2015, 12:33
Default AnSYS Icepak - defining a report solution, problem (time steps)
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Hey Guys,

This might be simple problem to you guys. Ive been learning to use icepak for 2 weeks now and for the last 2 days ive been stumbling across this problem which i have no clue to why its doing it.

Basically i set my basic parameters in problem set up start time to 0.0s and end time to 20.0s for transient time variation. However when i try to define a report and create it from the objects i've selected it only shows time values from 0 to 5.... I've made sure the time step is set to 1s in transient parameters of problem setup.

I just want to list all time values from 0 to 20. I feel so dumb for not being able to figure out what the problem is....

Any help will be great
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