- Mapdl.starvget(parr='', entity='', entnum='', item1='', it1num='', item2='', it2num='', kloop='', **kwargs)¶
Retrieves values and stores them into an array parameter.
The name of the resulting vector array parameter. See
*SETfor name restrictions.
Entity keyword. Valid keywords are NODE, ELEM, KP, LINE, AREA, VOLU, etc. as shown for Entity = in the tables below.
The number of the entity (as shown for ENTNUM = in the tables below).
The name of a particular item for the given entity. Valid items are as shown in the Item1 columns of the tables below.
The number (or label) for the specified Item1 (if any). Valid IT1NUM values are as shown in the IT1NUM columns of the tables below. Some Item1 labels do not require an IT1NUM value.
- item2, it2num
A second set of item labels and numbers to further qualify the item for which data is to be retrieved. Most items do not require this level of information.
Field to be looped on:
2: Loop on the ENTNUM field (default).
3: Loop on the Item1 field.
4: Loop on the IT1NUM field. Successive items are as shown with IT1NUM.
5: Loop on the Item2 field.
6: Loop on the IT2NUM field. Successive items are as shown with IT2NUM.
Retrieves values for specified items and stores the values in an output vector of a user-named array parameter according to:
ParR = f(Entity, ENTNUM, Item1, IT1NUM, Item2, IT2NUM)
where (f) is the
*GETfunction; Entity, Item1, and Item2 are keywords; and ENTNUM, IT1NUM, and IT2NUM are numbers or labels corresponding to the keywords. Looping continues over successive entity numbers (ENTNUM) for the KLOOP default. For example,
*VGET,A(1),ELEM,5,CENT,Xreturns the centroid x-location of element 5 and stores the result in the first location of A. Retrieving continues with element 6, 7, 8, etc., regardless of whether the element exists or is selected, until successive array locations are filled. Use
*VMASKto skip locations. Absolute values and scale factors may be applied to the result parameter [
*VFACT]. Results may be cumulative [
*VCUM]. See the
*VOPERcommand for general details. Results can be put back into an analysis by writing a file of the desired input commands with the
*VWRITEcommand. See also the
*VGETretrieve information from the active data stored in memory. The database is often the source, and sometimes the information is retrieved from common memory blocks that ANSYS uses to manipulate information. Although POST1 and POST26 operations use a
*.rstfile, GET data is accessed from the database or from the common blocks. Get operations do not access the
*VGETcommand retrieves both the unprocessed real and the imaginary parts (original and duplicate sector nodes and elements) of a cyclic symmetry solution.
For each of the sections for accessing
*VGETparameters see: https://www.mm.bme.hu/~gyebro/files/ans_help_v182/ans_cmd/Hlp_C_VGET_st.html
This command is valid in any processor.