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How to connect the ANSYS Workbench to Matlab to perform the optimization loop in Matlab ??? Please...

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Please I have performed structural analysis using ANSYS Workbench to obtain the stresses and strains, so I have to define those response parameters to the Matlab to perform the optimization study on Matlab. Please answer my question as I have limited time to do this job.

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Sarah Palfreyman
Sarah Palfreyman on 10 Jan 2017
See ANSYS for the MATLAB AAS Toolbox interface.
broken_arrow on 8 Oct 2021
Edited: broken_arrow on 8 Oct 2021
As mentioned here
it appears that Ansys AaS has been discountinued and the existing versions do not work with current Matlab releases. A new version (with a good documentation) would be a great feature.
SorMun on 16 Nov 2023
The toolbox is now availabe for download from Mathworks File Exchange at

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Sindhuja Parimalarangan
Sindhuja Parimalarangan on 6 Sep 2016
Nawfal Hsaine
Nawfal Hsaine on 10 Sep 2016
Thank you Sindhuja for your answer and I am sorry to answer lately. The last link seams helpful to me but I am wondering is this working with workbench or just for APDL as I am obtained my results on Ansys workbench. I appreciate your answer if you can recognize this link is working on APDL or Workbench:
Thanks Nawfal Hsaine
Umut Senol
Umut Senol on 19 Jan 2018
Edited: Umut Senol on 19 Jan 2018
Dear Nawfal Hsaine , have you finish this task ? If you did, could you please share your codes or road map with us. I am dealing with this sort of problem right now.

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Stelios Fanourakis
Stelios Fanourakis on 15 Sep 2019
Edited: Stelios Fanourakis on 15 Sep 2019
@Nawfal. Can you please describe me the technique you used to obtain stress strain in ANSYS?
Maybe provide me some link.


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