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Supported Mesh Type for Cool and Warp Results

This table summarizes the mesh type that is supported for the results from the COOL and WARP modules.

Cool Module Solid Mesh Shell Mesh
Part Cooling Time Yes Yes
Part Temperature at End of Cooling Yes Yes
Mold Temperature No Yes
Mold Heat Flux No Yes
Cycle Averaged Temperature Yes No
Temperature at End of Cooling Yes No
Cycle Averaged Part Temperature Yes No
Cycle Averaged Mold Temperature Yes No
Mold Temperature at Cooling End Yes No
Cycle Averaged Heat Flux Yes No
Cycle Heat Loading Yes No
Warp Module Solid Mesh Shell Mesh
Sink-Mark Profile Yes Yes
Total Stress Yes Yes
In-mold Residual Stress Yes Yes
Quenching Thermal Stress Yes Yes
In-mold First Principal Residual Stress Yes No
Demolding First Principal Residual Stress Yes No
Total Stress (without fiber) Yes No
X-Y Plane Flow Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
X-Z Plane Flow Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
Y-Z Plane Flow Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
X-Y Plane Thermal Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
X-Z Plane Thermal Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
Y-Z Plane Thermal Stress-induced Birefringence Yes No
X-Y Plane Total Birefringence Yes No
X-Z Plane Total Birefringence Yes No
Y-Z Plane Total Birefringence Yes No


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