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Default Options - Plot - Frequency/Buckling Study

Sets default result templates (folders and plots) for frequency or buckling studies. When you run a study that does not have any existing result plots, the software creates the folders and plots as specified in this page. If you run a study that has valid or invalid plots, the existing plots are updated regardless of the settings specified in this page.

To display the dialog box, click Simulation, Options, Default Options, Plot, Default Plots, Frequency/Buckling Study Results.

  • Create plots for. Specify the mode shapes to be plotted by default.

  • For All mode shapes. Create a plot for each extracted mode.

  • A defined number of mode shapes. Create plots for the specified number of modes. The actual number of created plots is the lowest of the number specified here and the number of actual modes extracted.

  • Results type. Choose the type of plots to be created.

  • Displacement. Plot a displacement component.

Results type

Displacement plots



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