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Unformatted text preview: Several target points may be used in a test case, so each is identified separately as Target Pointxx (or TP-XX). The example below shows two target points on a simple 2-D finite element mesh. Solution comparisons between the target solution and the ANSYS solution at target points are listed in the Results Comparison section. 2–2 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. Section 2.5: Benchmark Test Case Coverage Index 2.3. Running the Benchmark Test Cases The benchmark test cases are contained on the installation media. Each test case input file is designed to be executed in one of two ways: • Execute the single documented test case input (as shown in the Data Input Listing section for the problem in this manual; see Appendix B:, Benchmark Input Listings) • Execute all test cases for the problem. The single test case executions are designed to run quickly, with run times comparable to the larger tests in Chapter 2, “Overview”. Executing all test cases is, in many instances, very time consuming and may require extremely large amount...
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