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Mises in only one part

Mises in only one part

Mises in only one part

(OP)
Hello,
I have done a simulation in Abaqus/Standard with 106 parts, but i see the misses stress in all of the parts at the same time(Ex:0 to 1Mpa), how can i see the mises stress in only one part (Ex:0 to 0.200Mpa)?
Thank you.

RE: Mises in only one part

As mentioned, removing the other parts from the display (or replace the one that shall stay) is simple. The Display Group toolbar or menu allows to do that.
You could also use the result tree to do that. Navigate here to the instances, select the instance you want to stay and do rightclick -> Replace.

Or do you want to see the others too, but just without any legend colors? That could be done, but is a bit tricky.

RE: Mises in only one part

(OP)
Display group work.

Thank you so much.

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