Exceptions and special circumstances are described

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Unformatted text preview: sions, loading, material properties, and other relevant data. • Theoretical reference(s). 1–4 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. Section 1.15: Abbreviation, Element, and Product Lists • Figures describing the problem, including either the ANSYS finite element model showing node and element locations, or the ANSYS "solid model," showing keypoints, line segments, areas and/or volumes (as applicable). • Analysis assumptions, modeling notes, and comments. • Target results, ANSYS results, and normalized ratio. • ANSYS input data listing, including comments. • Graphics displays of the results (optional). • Additional information containing references to analysis guides with similar problems and other test cases using similar features (optional). 1.13. Symbols and Nomenclature The majority of the nomenclature used in this manual follows what is considered commonly-used form. Exceptions and special circumstances are described when used. A few specific cases deserve definition, wher...
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