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Old   October 29, 2020, 15:23
Default How to get maximum of an element Ensight
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How can I compute the maximum of an element over an entire simulation? Say for instance, I have a simulation with 100 timesteps and I want to compute the maximum pressure of element 2 over the entire simulation time. How can I do this using the calculator or a user-defined function?

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Found the answer. Use the "TempMinMaxField" function from the calculator
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