When defining and Iso-Clipping plot, is there any way to determine how many elements were "clipped" out of the model that were lower (or higher) than the specified clipping parameters?
Thanks in advance,
I think the best you can do is get the percentage listed at the top (see picture).
Sorry, meant to highlight it.
Interesting, that's exactly what I'm looking for but unfortunantly my display dosen't show it (see attached)
Huh....I am stumped. Mine just shows up that way and I cannot find an option to turn it on of off. As soon as the Iso Clipping menu comes up the percentage shows up as well. What version of SW are you running?
How many Iso's do you have turned on. I just realized that if you have more than one selected the percentage disappears.
Re-running the simuation right now, but I'm almost positive I only had one iso specified.
SW2010 x64 SP2.1 Education Edition on Windows 7
Premium Simulation Package.
I've been searching for a way to turn it on/off aswell to no avail. It seems to be a problem with my specific configuration, my laptop has no problem displaying the element volume (32bit version).
Thanks for the help.
Sorry I couldn't be more help.
No worries. The number of elements > than the stress I wanted I could pretty easily count. So I just divided by the total elements to give me my percentage.
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