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Results: animation displayed as diagramms

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04/03/2018 7:40 AM
How I can change my results from animation into diagramms. I need for example the results as a diagramm showing the results during the prozess with the essential or all coordinatd of the following animation changed into diagramms: front flow temperature, share rate, the pressure and the polymer filling.

In addtion, I would like to show the depth of the unfilled cavity in the polymer-filling result, how Can I do this? I know there is a option of measure but I can‘t set it to don‘t disapear.

Thanks a lot for help!

Best regards

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Re: Results: animation displayed as diagramms

04/05/2018 6:24 AM

Hello @t1234.k1234,

 

Regarding "How I can change my results from animation into diagrams", do you mean something like what is shown below?

 

pic1.png

 

If so, you can create XY plot from New Plot > Plots;

 

pic2.png

 

Please let me know if this is different from your intent.
It would help us if you can explain a little bit more about what you meant by "diagrams".

 

Best regards,

Tetsuya

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Re: Results: animation displayed as diagramms

04/05/2018 6:52 AM
First of all, Thanks for respond.

I want to show for example the differen pressure, temperature, share rate and the unfilled cavity of the micro structure of my construction part. There are 9 pins on it. When I try to change the results into a xy-diagram for example and change the displayed amount of curves into 9, I can‘t select no more than 5 and I can’t select the smallest pins to let it display as a cuve. It just don‘t work. By the way, is there a option, I can say for example take the coordinates of the pins from all studies (there are 12 studies I have to compare) and select the chosen criteria and give me the information I need, as I said, temperature, pressure, share rate and the filled or unfilled cavity?
Because, I know there is a option to compare the studies with criteria, but I am not sure, if i can also select Points with given coordinates to compare. I am still not sure, if it would might be better not to compare the pins.

Thanks a lot for help!

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Re: Results: animation displayed as diagramms

04/06/2018 4:26 AM

Hello @kizaloglu.tugba,

 

Thank you for the reply.

 

>When I try to change the results into a xy-diagram for example and

>change the displayed amount of curves into 9, I can‘t select no more than 5

>and I can’t select the smallest pins to let it display as a cuve.

 

In the plot properties, you can set the maximum number of curves that can be displayed.

Please see below;

 

curves.png

 

>is there a option, I can say for example take the coordinates of the pins

>from all studies (there are 12 studies I have to compare) and select

>the chosen criteria and give me the information I need, as I said,

>temperature, pressure, share rate and the filled or unfilled cavity?

 

There is no option to pick points with coordinate values.

At present, we need to pick points from the screen or enter node/element numbers.

We recommend posting it to the Idea Station.

 

Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

Thanks,

Tetsuya



Tetsuya
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Product Support
Autodesk, Inc.



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Re: Results: animation displayed as diagramms

04/11/2018 7:51 AM

Hi @kizaloglu.tugba,

Thanks for posting!

The criteria is only used when exporting your results to Moldflow Communicator. By selecting a criteria you might filter the process settings you export and compare against two studies.

In this webinar - Utilizing Autodesk Moldflow Communicator to Review Analysis Results - you might find more information about the use of criteria files.

I hope it helps!

Cheers,

Javier
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