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UPDATE: Added tutorial
  Added Random vibration tutorial in MAPDL by Luiz Carlos Largura Junior in the links section.
  Posted by Sheldon on 02.24.2015
 
NEWS: ANSYS 16.0 Released
  ANSYS Unveils Release 16.0
  Posted by Sheldon on 01.27.2015
 
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