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ICWFrequencyStudyOptions Interface Members

The following tables list the members exposed by ICWFrequencyStudyOptions.

Public Properties

 NameDescription
 PropertyLowerBoundFrequency

Gets or sets the value for the frequency shift.

 
 PropertyNoOfFrequencies

Gets or sets the number of frequencies.

 
 PropertyOptions

Gets or sets the option for frequency studies.

 
 PropertyResultFolder

Gets or sets the path to the folder for storing the results of the study.

 
 PropertySolverTypeGets or sets the solver type associated with the study.  
 PropertyUpperBoundFrequencyGets or sets the upper-bound frequency.  
 PropertyUseLowerBoundFrequencyGets or sets whether to use lower-bound frequency.  
 PropertyUseSoftSpring

Gets or sets whether to use soft springs to stabilize the mode.

 
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Public Methods

 NameDescription
 MethodGetZeroStrainTemperature

Gets the zero-strain temperature and its unit.

 
 MethodSetZeroStrainTemperature

Sets the zero-strain temperature and its unit.

 
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