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.
Thank you very much Jindrich, I see the article that you attach me before. I understand all it was simply for explain the exact percentage.
Sorry, I see now that the answer let you explain all. Sure that for other person will be helpful.
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