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yield an acceptable engineering accuracy. A survey of the results comparisons in this manual shows an average
accuracy within 1-2% of the target solution. 1.9. Test Case Selection and Method of Solution
The problems solved in this manual and the method of solution were selected with verification as the primary
objective. Some problems could have been solved more directly or in a manner other than the way presented.
In some cases the same problem is solved in several different ways to demonstrate and verify other elements or
capabilities of the program. ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 1–3 Chapter 1: Introduction
Since ANSYS is a program capable of solving very complicated practical engineering problems having no closedform theoretical solutions, the relatively simple problems solved in this manual do not illustrate the full capability
of the ANSYS program. 1.10. Numerical Comparisons
The ANSYS solutions in this manual are compared with solutions from textbooks or technical publications. In
some cases not...
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