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Old   April 29, 2016, 09:13
Default Looking for assistance with a few issues on ANSYS Mechancial ADPL
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Im a currently a student and just learning ANSYS. I have been given a coursework to carry out and have written the text file with commands but keep getting an error. I dont know how to fix this error as i am experienced and looking for help from an experienced individual.

Any help will be greatly appreciated as my workload is sky high at the moment with my exams only 2 weeks away.

Ill send my files and coursework outline by email, i find it easier this way

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