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Stress Components

  • VON: von Mises stress

  • P1: Normal stress in the first principal direction

  • P2: Normal stress in the second principal direction

  • P3: Normal stress in the third principal direction

  • INT: Stress intensity = P1-P3

  • SX: Normal stress in the X-direction of the selected reference geometry

  • SY: Normal stress in the Y-direction of the selected reference geometry

  • SZ: Normal stress in the Z-direction of the selected reference geometry

  • TXY: Shear stress in the Y-direction acting in the YZ plane of the selected reference geometry

  • TXZ: Shear stress in the Z-direction acting in the YZ plane of the selected reference geometry

  • TYZ: Shear stress in the Z-direction acting in the XZ plane of the selected reference geometry

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