# Stress Results Written in HyperMesh .res Format

## Static, Eigenvalue, Transient and Multibody Loadcases

### ALL, DIRECT and TENSOR Options

von Mises Stress

Maximum Principal Stress

von Mises Stress (Z1)

von Mises Stress (Z2)

von Mises Stress (mid)

P1 (major) Stress (Z1)

P1 (major) Stress (Z2)

P1 (major) Stress (mid)

P1 (major) Stress (max)

P3 (minor) Stress (Z1)

P3 (minor) Stress (Z2)

P3 (minor) Stress (mid)

P3 (minor) Stress (min)

Normal X Stress (Z1)

Normal X Stress (Z2)

Normal X Stress (mid)

Normal Y Stress (Z1)

Normal Y Stress (Z2)

Normal Y Stress (mid)

Shear XY Stress (Z1)

Shear XY Stress (Z2)

Shear XY Stress (mid)

Principal Stress Angle (Z1)

Principal Stress Angle (Z2)

Principal Stress Angle (mid)

Signed von Mises Stress (solid)

P1 (major) Stress (solid)

P2 ( mid ) Stress (solid)

P3 (minor) Stress (solid)

Normal X Stress (solid)

Normal Y Stress (solid)

Normal Z Stress (solid)

Shear XY Stress (solid)

Shear YZ Stress (solid)

Shear XZ Stress (solid)

### VON Option

von Mises Stress

### PRINC Option

von Mises Stress

Maximum Principal Stress

### Frequency Response Loadcases

Normal X Stress (Z1) (comp)

Normal X Stress (Z2) (comp)

Normal Y Stress (Z1) (comp)

Normal Y Stress (Z2) (comp)

Shear XY Stress (Z1) (comp)

Shear XY Stress (Z2) (comp)

Normal X Stress (solid) (comp)

Normal Y Stress (solid) (comp)

Normal Z Stress (solid) (comp)

Shear XY Stress (solid) (comp)

Shear YZ Stress (solid) (comp)

Shear XZ Stress (solid) (comp)

#### Comments

- "von Mises Stress" and "Maximum Principal Stress" apply to 1D, 2D, and 3D elements simultaneously. Other results apply to 2D or 3D elements exclusively. There are no specific results for 1D elements.
- For frequency response loadcases, (comp) may be replaced by (real) (imag) (magn) and/or (phas), depending on the complex format request.
- "Maximum Principal Stress" is the maximum absolute principal stress: max(abs(P1(Z1)),abs(P1(Z2)),abs(P3(Z1)),abs(P3(Z2))) for shells. max(abs(P1),abs(P2),abs(P3)) for solids.
- "P1 (major) Stress (max)" is the maximum major principal stress: max(P1(Z1),P1(Z2)).
- "P3 (minor) Stress (min)" is the minimum minor principal stress: min(P3(Z1),P3(Z2)).
- "Signed von Mises Stress" is the von Mises stress with traction/compression sign: sign(P1+P2+P3) * VonMises.