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  1. Hello all, I am post processing results of my analysis in HyperView. I want to probe results and take screenshots of the same for a report. When I use the 'Query' tool it helps me probe the results however it displays node number on the screen. I want to view stress/strain on the screen instead of the node number as it is easier to see the value on the model instead of reading the node number and then looking it up in the table. Can someone please tell me how to solve this? It will be a big help. Thanks
  2. Hello people, This post is about using the "Probe" command in AFDEX to directly pick the nodes of interest from the screen and know the values of state variables like Effective Stress, Effective Strain etc. 1.Open the simulation result file (Format: .a2dsrf for 2D and .a3dsrf for 3D, refer AFDEX File types for details) and select the parameter whose value needs to be probed from the post-processor window. In this example, effective stress is selected. 2. Click the "Probe" command from the tool window and select the node of interest. The probed value is displayed on the lower bottom of the screen. Let us know what you think and feel free to ask questions if you have any. Cheers from AFDEX Support Team!
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