As we stated in another article, you can create automatic ANSYS® solution reports to show the whole aspects of your project inside a document. Here, we will show you how to add images and figures into the ANSYS® solution report effectively.
How To Add Images And Figures Into ANSYS® Solution Reports?
As you see above, you can add images and figures from the drop-down menu as shown by the green arrow above in ANSYS® Mechanical. You can add images and figures wherever you want in the outline tree.
What you need to do is, just select the place that you want to add images and figure from the outline tree, such asnamed selections, solutions, geometries, etc. Then click on ‘Figure’ or ‘Image’ from that drop-down menu that we have shown.
You need to adjust the placement of your geometry in the graphics window because it takes the instant image or figure of your geometry in ANSYS® Mechanical. For example, we took a section plane and shown the whole elements. So, our geometry will be shown in this orientation and shape inside the ANSYS® report.
You can also save the images that are taken, into your computer with the option ‘Image to File…’ option shown in the red box above. You just click on it and save it into a file directory on your computer.
Also, you can add an external image by clicking on ‘Image from File…’ from your computer. This is also very useful to add different photos according to your project into the ANSYS® report.
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‘Image To Clipboard’ option works as ScreenShot.
As you see above, taken figures and images are shown inside the ANSYS® report like above. The places images and figures inside the ANSYS® report defined by the selected place an outline tree.
So, adding images and figures is very easy in ANSYS® Mechanical.
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NOTE: All the screenshots and images are used for educational and informative purposes. Images used courtesy of ANSYS, Inc.