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Old   January 26, 2010, 00:28
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I am new to using Ansys Workbench 12.0 and need to measure the distance (straight line) between 2 points after a deformation.

I have tried specifying the coordinates of my two points in a "Path", and apply a "Total Deformation" solution. However, the data is very inaccurate.

Would there be another way of measuring the distance between 2 points on the model after deformation?

I really appreciate your help. Thank you and God Bless.

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