The available examine functions will be dependent upon your current selection. For mixed selections, the functions available will be those exclusive to each
entity type selected. For instance, Volume is only valid for blocks. So if any blocks are selected, Volume will be shown in the
menu. If Volume is selected, any non-block entities currently selected will be ignored.
Tip: It is always wise to take a look at the quality of your mesh in Examine before exporting it to your CAE solver. Doing this
will help you catch any grid problems you may have before they become an issue in regards to your solution accuracy.
All functions will place you into the Examine panel with functionality pertinent to that diagnostic.
Click the image to see a full list of the available Examine functions.
The next to last option in the list of diagnostic functions is Examine Last. Note that this option is not actually a diagnostic function; it is
simply a convenient way to quickly re-enter the Examine panel with the most recently used diagnostic function.
Once an examine function has been selected, a color bar with the appropriate function values will be shown in the Display window. Note that clicking
on the gear icon located on the top-right corner of the bar (shown below) will expand a menu with a variety of options that can be used to further customize
the color bar. The first set of options listed in the menu are described in the Color Bar section; the
three histogram-related options are described in the Histogram section: Show
Histogram, Number of Levels, and Export Histogram
The gear icon on the top-right corner of the color bar expands a menu with a variety of options used to customize the color bar shown in the Display window.
Note: The Overset tab listed below is only available when an overset assembler has been selected in
the Grid, Overset, Attributes panel.
For more on the Examine menu, choose an option below: