charles delepelaire




Instead of individually parameterizing the physical properties (such as Young’s modulus, etc.) of materials, I am curious to know if there’s a possibility of parametrizing the material list itself. This approach could potentially streamline the simulation process by allowing simulations to be performed across a range of materials using a single set of parameters.

[EDIT] : i think i’ve found, under mechanicalAPDL->geometry-> SYS/corps->properties->materials->affectation

[EDIT2] : changing material affectation inside parameter produce a : “System.NullReferenceException: La référence d’objet n’est pas définie à une instance d’un objet.”

Additionally, I am interested in understanding if there are methods or tools available that allow for the parameterization of applied constraints on materials. This could offer a more dynamic way of studying the effects of various constraints on different materials within a simulation environment.

[EDIT] Found !  constraints applied can be parametrized but not as tabular data, so transient analysis seems to be complicated