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I am working on ANSYS Workbench with several design points, iterating through 3 different parameters.
I am not eager to optimize any output value.
However, I have given values for which I would like to compute my case.

With those given values for 3 parameters (3D cases matrix) I'm trying to compute ~400 cases.


--> Is there any way to generate my 400 design points computation table, without entering each one by one ?



I have been looking with the Response Surface tool (which I'm not familiar with), but could not find such functionality so far.


Thank you very much.


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