For example for 7.568e+001? Will it be 75'68 % of error?

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For example for 7.568e+001? Will it be 75'68 % of error?

Thanks in advance

Jesus, this article has fairly in depth explanation. ENERGY NORM ERROR? Yes, 75.68e1 implies the energy norm error of 75.68% (this is not the error in stress magnitudes). In general, where the stress results are important for your, I suggest to keep this value below 5%, or even less. Other references may suggest different values, but it is up to you to find the reference you wish to follow.

Jesus, this article has fairly in depth explanation. ENERGY NORM ERROR? Yes, 75.68e1 implies the energy norm error of 75.68% (this is not the error in stress magnitudes). In general, where the stress results are important for your, I suggest to keep this value below 5%, or even less. Other references may suggest different values, but it is up to you to find the reference you wish to follow.