Standard Studies: Static, Large Deformation Static, Contact, Prestress Static, Modal, Prestress Modal, Buckling, Steady-State Thermal, and Transient Thermal Analyses

The following information is included for each analysis in the study:

• for Structure analyses, the convergence method

• total mass of model

• total cost of model

• moments of inertia about WCS origin

• principal MOI and principal axes relative to WCS origin

• center of mass location relative to WCS origin

• moments of inertia about the center of mass

• principal MOI and principal axes relative to COM for each

• if you selected Reactions in the Calculate area of the Static Analysis Definition dialog box, when defining a static analysis, values for the resultant load on the model in the global X, Y, and Z directions

• for modal analyses, the modal frequency for each mode (cycles per unit time)

• for static and steady-state thermal analyses, the value of each valid measure for that analysis for each load set

• for buckling analyses, the buckling load factor (BLF) for each mode. If only negative BLFs appear, you should reverse the direction of the loads and rerun the previous static analysis and the buckling analysis. The first positive BLF mode is usually the one of interest.

• for contact analyses, the contact area for each load factor if the number of load increments is greater than one

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