DesignXplorer Performing a Parameters Correlation Study

This tutorial gives step-by-step instructions for performing a Parameters Correlation study to calculate

the deformation of a simple cantilever beam under applied force. The workshop uses a design exploration

system linked to Mechanical APDL, demonstrates parameter parsing and selection, and shows the correlation system used.

This tutorial covers the following Parameters Correlation topics:

1.What is Parameters Correlation?

2. Getting Started

3. Defining Parameters

4. Generating Design Points

5. Performing the Parameters Correlation Study

6. Reviewing Correlation Charts and Matrices

As you add more input parameters to your Design of Experiments (DOE), the number of design pointsincreases dramatically, decreasing the efficiency of the analysis process. (Remember, DX works bestwith fewer than 20 parameters.)In this case, you may wish to exclude any inputs that are not actively contributing toward your intendeddesign. Removing these less important parameters from the DOE reduces the generation of unnecessarysampling point

DesignXplorer : Performing a Parametric “What If” Study

This tutorial gives step-by-step instructions for performing a parametric “What If?” study of a hitch receiver. The workshop uses the Parameter Manager to investigate the behavior of stress, mass, anddeformation in the receiver as the geometry parameters are changed during vertical loading.

Note“What If?” studies use functionality inherent to ANSYS Workbench. A DesignXplorer licenseis not required to complete this workshop.

This tutorial covers the following sections:1. Getting Started2. Promoting Input and Output Parameters3.Working with Design Points in Workbench4.Working with Parameters Charts in DesignXplorer5.Viewing the Soluti

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