I tried to search for this but probably didn't use the correct wording.

Can you tell me what the numbers mean under the displacement when using analysis?

There is a little box that gives the model name, study name, plot and a value for the deformation scale of 0.412422.

The color scale on the side has a min value and max value and is labled URES (mm). (what's URES?)

The Values in the color scale range from 1.000e-030 - 1.648e+002 Is that 1.000000, and .001648?

How are these numbers interpreted, and what is the purpose of the deformation scale number?

Thanks for the help.

The letter "U" is the vector representing displacement. U is commonly used in the analyst community when talking about displacements. The vector U has components Ux, Uy and Uz. These are the values solved by the finite element analysis in each orthogonal direction, which you can plot separately (Edit definition and you will see options for UX and UY and UZ). If you want the "magnitude", or "resultant" or "length" of the vector, as you probably recall, you can square the components of the vector, add them, and take the square root and obtain a non-signed answer (it's just a magnitude). The scale shows annotation "URES" to mean the U values are the RESultant of the displacement. Hope that helps a little. - Tony