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Creo Simulate 4.0 Convergence Criteria

Konce
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Creo Simulate 4.0 Convergence Criteria

Recently I was asked what criteria Creo Simulate uses to measure and attain a selected convergence value during a multi-pass adaptive analysis.  To set up a scenario, lets say you produce a model, load it into simulate, add any necessary constraints.  It then appears as if you have the choice to select Global RMS, Displacement, and Strain Energy as the measures for convergence under the Converge on Tab.

 

Is my thinking correct then, and Creo Simulate uses all three of these values to measure convergence, or does Creo only use displacement to measure convergence?

 

If anyone can confirm that Creo simulate uses these three values (RMS, Displacement, and Strain Energy) to measure convergence, or point me towards documentation that explains how Creo Simulate gauges convergence, that would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thank You,

 

Konce.

 

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