isoclipping would be closest
what exactly have you tried. can you make a test beam and post what you've tried
Yes - isoclipping is what it is all aboout.
I'll try to explain by a simple example.
Below are screendumps showing an extruded "RHS-beam" fixed at both ends, and with a concentrated load midspan
Normal stresslevels X-direction range from -490MPa to +385MPa.
What I would like to see "simultaneously" is the areas BELOW -100MPa and ABOVE +100MPa. The areas between are rather uninteresting as they are within acceptable stress range.
In my head this should be easy to filter out, since I can apply several ISO-clip values.
But alas, I'm not able to create this iso-clip plot.
Img1: Show areas below -100MPa AND +100MPa (I.e. +100MPa criterion is superfluous)
Img2: Show areas above -100MPa AND +100MPa (I.e. -100MPa criterion is superfluous)
Img3: Show areas which fulfil both criterion below -100MPa AND above +100MPa (I.e. Nothing...!)
Img4: Show areas which fulfil both criterion above -100MPa AND below +100MPa (I.e. the oposite of what I'm looking for...!)
So - what I'm hoping for is a view combining img1 and img2.
As the results are in each end of the colored result chart, there should be no confusion in having positive and negative results in same view
This is a functional hole in our system and it is not possible to create an Iso plot with showing only the extreme positive & negative values (Excluding the values in between).
Sounds like a great enhancement request.