In this Creo Simulate tutorial, I will demonstrate how to create Force/Moment Loads. I then go on to show all of the different settings involved in making a force/Moment load, such as the best convention for selecting references, changing the distribution and the spatial variation and changing the Force/Moment vector distribution. ... (Show more)(Show less)
You can change the colors of the PTC Creo Simulate entities. Entities are grouped into the types listed below:
• Modeling Entity
• Load and Constraint
• AutoGEM and FEM Mesh
• Simulate Results
Under Modeling Entity, for example, you can change the colors for Shell, Beam, Mass, Crack, Weld, and so on. If you mesh an object, you will see the colors representing the solid mesh elements in the Graphics window. Click File ▶ Options ▶ System Colors and then under AutoGEM and FEM Mesh, you can see the colors that currently represent Wedge Element and Brick Element. If you change these colors in the PTC Creo Simulate Options dialog box, the colors in the model change immediately. To keep these new colors click OK and these are the colors you will see in future sessions. You can customize your environment based on your preferences.
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