PostProcessing.plot_nodal_elastic_eqv_strain(show_node_numbering=False, **kwargs)[source]#

Plot the elastic nodal equivalent strain of the current result.

show_node_numberingbool, optional

Plot the node numbers of surface nodes.

**kwargsdict, optional

Keyword arguments passed to general_plotter.


Camera position from plotter. Can be reused as an input parameter to use the same camera position for future plots. Only returned when return_cpos is True.


Pyvista Plotter. In this case, the plotter is shown yet, so you can still edit it using Pyvista Plotter methods. Only when return_plotter kwarg is True.


If vkt=True (default), this function uses general_plotter You can pass key arguments to general_plotter using kwargs argument. For example, show_axes , background, etc.


Plot the elastic equivalent strain for the second result.

>>> mapdl.post1()
>>> mapdl.set(1, 2)
>>> mapdl.post_processing.plot_nodal_elastic_eqv_strain()

Plot off screen and save a screenshot.

>>> mapdl.post_processing.plot_nodal_elastic_eqv_strain(off_screen=True,
...                                                     savefig='seqv_00.png')

Subselect a single result type and plot those strain results.

>>> mapdl.esel('S', 'TYPE', vmin=1)
>>> mapdl.post_processing.plot_nodal_elastic_eqv_strain(smooth_shading=True)