You can customize the legend using the Legend options in the controls.
|Opens the Plots window, which shows plots for any probes that you have added. Coming soon…|
Opens JupyterLab, the latest web-based user interface for Project Jupyter. You can find full documentation for JupyterLab at https://jupyterlab.readthedocs.io/.
Once in JupyterLab, select this button again to return to the main results view.
|Palette||Select a color map for the legend and the 3D viewer.|
|Scale||Use the dropdown to select either Linear or Log 10.
|Bounds||Use the slider to set the legend’s minimum and maximum values. This can help you to understand how a particular range of values is distributed across your model.|
Want to focus in on a particular part of your model? Use the slice sliders to hide parts you’re not interested in. Each slider slices along an axis (X, Y, and Z axes).
|Scale||Use the slider to apply a deformation scale factor.|
|Edges||Toggle whether geometry edges are shown.|
|Mesh||Toggle whether the mesh is shown.|
Select which dataset within the simulation you want to view results for.
Available datasets are dependent on the simulation type.
- Displacement in the X, Y, or Z directions
- Principal Strain (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
- Principal Stress (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
- Strains (XX, XY, XZ, YY, YZ, ZZ)
- Stresses (XX, XY, XZ, YY, YZ, ZZ)
- Von Mises stress
- All datasets available in Mechanical
- Average Pressure
- Average Velocity
- Q Criterion
- Shear Stress