We think that this is the most useful tool of ANSYS® Mechanical that you can obtain automatically created ANSYS® analysis solution reports. Obtaining these reports is very easy in ANSYS®. But first of all, you need to solve the analysis in ANSYS® Mechanical. Here, we will explain how to take automatic ANSYS® solution reports and explanation of that report.
In ANSYS® Mechanical, taking ANSYS® solution reports is very easy. For example, you have a finished ANSYS® analysis. You just need to click on the ‘Report Preview’ section as shown by the red arrow above in ANSYS® Mechanical. And ANSYS® will create a solution report for you.
The created report will start with general information about your analysis and a cover photo. In there is a ‘Contents’ section of the created report. The created ANSYS® report starts with the explanation of the selected unit set for analysis. After the explanation of the unit set, it goes on with the explanation of the geometric model in detail and with other sections of the outline tree respectively.
Also, you can add figures of each element in the outline tree that you want in the ANSYS® report. To do it, just click on any of the elements in the outline tree as shown by the red box below then click on ‘Figure’ from the shown pop-up menu in ANSYS® Mechanical. The figure of the geometry window will be added to the related topic in the ANSYS® report. You can add the figure of whatever you want and whatever view you want.
Once your report is created in ANSYS® Mechanical, you can save it as a word document or PDF format. You can do it from the ‘Report Preview’ toolbar as shown by the red box above. Also, you can print your document or publish your document in HTML format easily from that toolbar. Also, you can adjust the ‘Font Size’ of your document by just clicking on the related button in the report preview section.
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The report creation of solved analyses in ANSYS® Mechanical is very easy like above.
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