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Report Sections solidworks simulation

For most sections in a report, you can add comments in the Section properties Comments box. For some sections, you can set additional options as listed below. Many of these options are self-explanatory and are listed here only for completeness. This table shows the report sections for each report format. …

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Settings PropertyManager solidworks simulation

bodies Available only when hidden bodies exist. Translucent (Single color) Displays all excluded parts in a single color of your choice. You can adjust the transparency by dragging the slider. Translucent (Part colors) Displays all excluded parts in their shaded mode colors. You can adjust the transparency by dragging the …

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Response Graph PropertyManager solidworks simulation

The Response Graph PropertyManager allows you to generate a frequency graph of the results at certain locations. Response graphs are available for harmonic and random vibration analyses. Response Predefined locations Lists the vertices and reference points you defined as Workflow sensitive sensors. All nodes Lists all nodes in the model. …

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Thermal Components solidworks simulation

TEMP Nodal temperature GRADX Temperature gradient in the X-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADY Temperature gradient in the Y-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADZ Temperature gradient in the Z-direction of the selected reference geometry GRADN Resultant temperature gradient HFLUXX Heat flux in the X-direction of the selected reference …

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Fatigue Plot PropertyManager solidworks simulation

The Fatigue Plot PropertyManager allows you to plot the results of a fatigue study. To display this PropertyManager, run a static study. Right-click Results and select Define Fatigue Plot. Plot Type Life Available only when the fatigue study is defined with one event. Shows the number of cycles (for constant …

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