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Study

To create a study:

  1. Click New Study (Simulation CommandManager).

  2. In the PropertyManager, under Name, type a name for Study name.

  1. Under Type, select one of the following:

Static

Frequency

Buckling

Thermal

Drop Test

Fatigue

Nonlinear

Linear Dynamic

Pressure Vessel Design

  1. Click .

A Simulation study tab with the name of the study appears under the graphics area. Clicking a Simulation study tab displays the corresponding Simulation study tree.

  1. To view details about a study:

    • Click its Simulation study tab to display its study tree.

    • Right-click its icon in the Simulation study tree and select Details.

Properties of the study play an important role in defining it. To view or modify the properties of a study, right-click its icon in the Simulation study tree and select Properties.

  1. To delete a study, right-click its Simulation study tab and select Delete.

You can create a study using duplicate.

You can move the pointer over the Simulation study tab of a running study to see its status.



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