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Supported Mesh Type for Pack Results

This table summarizes the mesh type that is supported for the PACK module results.

Pack Module Results Solid Mesh Shell Mesh
Pressure at End of Packing Yes Yes
Bulk Temperature at End of Packing Yes Yes
Shear Stress at End of Packing Yes Yes
Shear Rate at End of Packing Yes Yes
Volumetric Shrinkage at End of Packing Yes Yes
Residual Stress at Post-Filling End Yes Yes
Material Reactive Conversion at Post-Filling End (solid mesh is recommended) Yes Yes
Central Temperature at End of Packing No Yes
Average Temperature at End of Packing No Yes
Central Temperature at Post-Filling End No Yes
Average Temperature at Post-Filling End No Yes
Frozen Layer Fraction at Post-Filling End No Yes
Temperature at End of Packing Yes No
Skin Material Fraction at Post-Filling End Yes No
Temperature at Post-Filling End Yes No
Freezing Time at Post-Filling End Yes No
X-Y Plane Birefringence at End of Packing Yes No
X-Z Plane Birefringence at End of Packing Yes No
Y-Z Plane Birefringence at End of Packing Yes No
Frozen Area at Post-Filling End Yes No
Curing Time at Post-Filling End Yes No


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