Animation

These POST1 commands are used to animate results.

Mapdl.ancntr([nfram, delay, ncycl])

Produces an animated sequence of a contoured deformed shape.

Mapdl.ancut([nfram, delay, ncycl, qoff, ...])

Produces an animated sequence of Q-slices.

Mapdl.andata([delay, ncycl, rsltdat, min_, ...])

Displays animated graphics data for nonlinear problems.

Mapdl.andscl([nfram, delay, ncycl])

Produces an animated sequence of a deformed shape.

Mapdl.ancyc([numframes, kcycl, delay])

Applies a traveling wave animation to graphics data in a modal cyclic

Mapdl.andyna([delay, ncycl, start, end, ...])

Produces an animated sequence of contour values through substeps.

Mapdl.anfile([lab, fname, ext])

Saves or resumes an animation sequence to or from a file.

Mapdl.anflow([nfram, delay, ncycl, time, ...])

Produces an animated sequence of particle flow in a flowing fluid or a charged particle traveling in an electric or magnetic field.

Mapdl.anharm([nfram, delay, ncycl, nperiod, ...])

Produces an animated sequence of time-harmonic results or complex mode

Mapdl.anim([ncycl, kcycl, delay])

Displays animated graphics data for linear problems.

Mapdl.anisos([nfram, delay, ncycl])

Produces an animated sequence of an isosurface.

Mapdl.anmode([nfram, delay, ncycl, kaccel])

Produces an animated sequence of a mode shape.

Mapdl.anmres([delay, min_, max_, inc, ...])

Performs animation of results over multiple results files in an

Mapdl.antime([nfram, delay, ncycl, ...])

Produces a sequential contour animation over a range of time.

Mapdl.trtime([time, spacing, offset, size, ...])

Defines the options used for the PLTRAC (particle flow or charged