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Old   January 4, 2010, 14:33
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I was using ANSYS for FEM analysis of one geometry. But after the complete run, it is generating a result file of approximately of 8 GB. In order to reduce that I know I need to use 'outres' function but have got no idea on how to do it.

Mine is a transient analysis so what I need to do is to have acceleration of a few known keypoints only on each and every time step.

How do I do that using 'outres'?

Thank you. :-)

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