Here are a series of examples using MAPDL with the
Full examples using PyMAPDL#
These examples demonstrate full examples using the PyMAPDL module.
PyMAPDL math examples#
These examples demonstrate using APDL Math from the PyMAPDL library.
These examples demonstrate using PyMAPDL to create basic geometry.
These examples demonstrate miscellaneous tips and tricks for using PyMAPDL.
Academic finite element examples#
These examples demonstrate finite element method as applicable to Python and MAPDL while emphasising Python libraries such as matplotlib
PyMAPDL examples repository#
The Verification Manual examples and the Technology Showcase examples are hosted in the PyMAPDL Examples repository.
The documentation to these examples can be found in the PyMAPDL Examples documentation.
Verification manual examples#
The Verification Manual examples demonstrate a range of Mechanical APDL elements and capabilities in straightforward problems which have “classical” or readily obtainable theoretical solutions using PyMAPDL.
These problems may then serve as the basis for additional validation and qualification of Mechanical APDL capabilities for specific applications that may be of interest.
The documentation to these examples can be found in the Verification Manual section.
Technology showcase examples#
The PyMAPDL technology showcase examples are more complex test cases than the ones preceding. They demonstrate how to use PyMAPDL to effectively and accurately solve interdisciplinary problems from a variety of industries and engineering fields.
The examples initially come from the APDL Technology Showcase Manual and are modeled with MAPDL files. Some of them have been
reproduced in Python files using PyMAPDL with the
The documentation to these examples can be found in the Technology Showcases section.
These extended examples explain other concepts such as interoperability with other programs, libraries, and features in development.
Demonstrates a reinforcement machine learning example using MAPDL through PyMAPDL.
Demonstrates the interoperability between PyMAPDL and the gmsh meshing library.
Demonstrates the interoperability between user-programmable functions in MAPDL and Python.
Demonstrates the usage of the Krylov method for solving a customized harmonic analysis.
Demonstrates the use of PyMAPDL with Dash.
Download example files#
Each example should contain all the necessary resources to run the example. However in some cases, external files are needed. A link to those files is available at each example page. These links refers to the following GitHub repository where you can find all of them: