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Results Specific to a Creo Parametric-Based Parameter
You can use a parameter-based measure to obtain analysis and study results specific to a Creo Parametric parameter.
For example, if you want to examine how a change in Young's modulus affects model displacement, you can define Young's modulus as a Creo Parametric parameter and also create a measure for that parameter. You can then run a global sensitivity study.
When the study is complete, you can ask Creo Simulate to graph von Mises stress against Young's modulus. If you had not defined the Young's modulus parameter as a measure, you would not have been able to obtain any specific results for Young's modulus. Any conclusions that you reached concerning the effect of a Young's modulus change would have been through inference rather than direct knowledge.
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