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Shivani Tiwari

Query regarding Hyperview contour panel

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GoodMorning Sir n Mam

 

In Hyperview Contour panel there are number of ways to find result(e.g by changing averaging method, by changing layers, by resolved in).

 

A have a doubt that how do I predict for particular element, this particular combination of averaging method, layer and resolved in is perfect.

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Hi Shivani Tiwari

 

The options in the panel will vary, depending on the type of model and results files that are loaded.

Check Hyperview user guide from online help. This has all the details about averaging method, layer and resolved in options.

So by then you can get an idea of what combination you may use.

 

 

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Thanks

 

 

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17 hours ago, Pranav Hari said:

Hi Shivani Tiwari

 

The options in the panel will vary, depending on the type of model and results files that are loaded.

Check Hyperview user guide from online help. This has all the details about averaging method, layer and resolved in options.

So by then you can get an idea of what combination you may use.

 

 

image.thumb.png.7b4d9b200d90d128d58057b5380ac365.png

 

Thanks

 

I am really sorry to say it, but I already read it but cannot get my answer

 

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11 minutes ago, Prudvi krishna . M said:

Hi Shivani,

 

If we want to know the result for an element use none as averaging method.

If you want to know nodal results use any of the averaging methods

I got it sir. Means I can use any method, the result will be consider as correct one.

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