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Hello,

 

I want to identify the maximum from countour value for a specific area of my model. I know how to find the maximum from my complete model.

 

Is there an possibility to do so, without deleting contour plot and read it again for this specific area?

 

Best regards

 

Tommy

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Hello Tommy,

 

Yes, you can do it.

Instead of selecting all components, select only the requested elements.

The measure tool Static MinMax Result will also work. See my attached picture.

For same legend pin the max and min values (manual entries).

 

Best Regards

Mario

 

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Thanks for you reply Mario, but thats not what I really want. I want the contour plot of my whole model and highlight not only the maximum of my model.

Additional I want to highlight a second node in a specific area, which is the maximum there.

 

In my attached Picture the Right end is highlighted as max. Now I want to mark also the max in the left end with the complete contour plot. I dont want to search the second maximum manual.

 

Best regards

 

Tommy

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Hello Tommy,

 

Ah, OK.

The only known solution would be the Hotspot Finder from the MVP Toolbar. See attached picture (the text boxes are generated automatically by 1 click).
But you have to get it from your local Altair service. Very useful tool. From Altair, but not supported.

 

Best Regards,

Mario

 

 

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