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Old   June 26, 2019, 04:47
Default Hiding extra parts for post processing in Workbench
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Hi there,

I have simulated a structural (static ) simulation in workbench. My file consists different geometry parts and for the post processing I need to see the deformations on different pars separately (by hiding the other parts). However, even though I choose the desired part alone, the ANSYS still shows all other parts in kind of transparent mode.

How can I hide the other parts completely and only show one part?

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Old   July 28, 2019, 15:58
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Hey Mohammad,

You have 2 solutions. Under the result options you need to change the display option to "result only".

The other option is simply to select the bodies you want in your results and then > rmb > hide other bodies.

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