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Old   December 11, 2009, 22:44
Default How to check the value of applied loads at keypoints ?
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Hi all,

I have several sets of result after solving my analysis, I could access different sets of result by picking set "n" result from: Utility Menu > General Postproc > Read Results> By Pick.

however, when I tried to check each applied loads for each set of the result from: Main Menu > List > Loads > Forces > On All Keypoints, it only shows the applied loads for the last set of result.

Is there anyway that I could check the values for other sets of the result ?

Thank you.
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Old   January 5, 2010, 11:26
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I am not sure about the detailed method, but I think this could be done through APDL to do a batch run, to get the wanted results of several files.
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