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Default Plot Contact Tool Results Using Path for multiple load steps
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Hi Ansys Comunity

Am trying to plot a graph of contact tool results vs path points for multiple load steps (10 Load Steps >>>10 Graphs) using the following command. however I managed to get the same graph but repeated 10 times. what's wrong with the command??.

What will be the difference in the command if I want to do the following.

1. Plot the results for different Load-steps.
2. Plot the results for different Sub-steps.

Command
!!!Here I have a number of commands to define the path...etc.

set,first
*do,Loop,1,10
/PBC,PATH,,1
/REPLOT
PLPATH,FS
PLPATH,SD
plnsol,cont,SFRIC
plnsol,cont,SLIDE
*if,Loop,lt,10,then
set,next
*endif
*enddo
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