Creo Simulate > Reference Links > Stress Results Quantity
Stress Results Quantity
Creo Simulate supports this quantity for all Structure models. For most modal analyses, Creo Simulate only calculates the Stress quantity if you select Stresses or Ply Stresses as an analysis output when you define the analysis. For information on how Creo Simulate calculates and reports stress results, see Stress Notes.
When you select Stress from the Quantity drop-down list, Creo Simulate may alter the selections on the Quantity tab. Some selections do not appear unless the item is part of the design study you choose. The possible selections on the Quantity tab include:
Amplitude or Phase
—Display either the amplitude or the phase of the stress results. This option is available only if you select the display type as Fringe or Graph. Also the component of stress you select must be XX, YY, ZZ, XY, XZ, or YZ.
* Phase and Amplitude are applicable only for dynamic frequency analysis.
Component—Select a component. The directional components that appear on this option change if you change the coordinate system using the Relative To drop-down list.
Include contributions from beams—Select the beam contributions to include in the result window definition. This area appears only if there are beams in the model.
Include contribution from shells—Select the shell contributions to include in the result window definition. This area appears only if there are shells in the model. This area does not appear in FEM mode.
Relative To—Display results relative to a directional component.
Graph Location—Select a location from the drop-down list to display in the result window. Use the selector arrow to display your model and pick the entity you want to use in your results display. This area appears only if you select a display type of Graph.
Return to Quantity for Result Windows or To Define a Stress Quantity.