## Function

- Produce the time history graphs representing the analysis results of individual nodes resulting from Heat of Hydration stage analysis.

## Call

From the main menu, select **[Results] tab > [Type : Heat of Hydration] > [Graph] group > [HY Results Graph]**

## Input

Graph dialog box

**Defined Nodes**

Specify the nodes and the direction components of stresses for which the time history analysis results of heat of hydration analysis are produced.

**Graph Type**

Select the types of analysis results for producing time history graphs for the selected nodes.

**Stress + Alw. Stress Graph** : Time history graphs for resulting stresses and allowable stresses

**Stress Graph** : Time history graphs for resulting stresses

**Allowable Stress Graph** : Time history graphs for allowable stresses

**Crack Ratio Graph** : Time history graphs for the ratios of the allowable stresses to resulting stresses (crack ratios)

**Normal** : Allowable stress / Resulting stress

**Inverse** : Resulting stress / Allowable stress

**Temperature Graph** : Time history graphs for temperatures at individual nodes

**If Add is clicked**

Add additional nodes for graphs.

**Node** : Select the node number to be displayed in a graph.

**Element** : Select the element number to be displayed in a graph.

**Stress Components**

**Sig-XX** : Stress component in the X-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Sig-YY** : Stress component in the Y-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Sig-ZZ** : Stress component in the Z-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Max(X,Y,Z)** : The maximum value of the stress components in the Global coordinate system

**Sig-P1** : Principal stress in the 1st principal axis direction

**Sig-P2** : Principal stress in the 2nd principal axis direction

**Sig-P3** : Principal stress in the 3rd principal axis direction

**X-Axis Type**

**Time** : Produce the graphs relative to time.

**Stage/Step** : Produce the graphs by construction stages/steps.

**Add** : Add additional nodes for graphs.

**Node** : Select the node number to be displayed in a graph.

**Element** : Select the element number to be displayed in a graph.

**Stress Componets**

**Sig-XX** : Stress component in the X-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Sig-YY** : Stress component in the Y-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Sig-ZZ** : Stress component in the Z-direction of the Global coordinate system

**Sig-P1** : Principal stress in the 1st principal axis direction

**Sig-P2** : Principal stress in the 2nd principal axis direction

**Sig-P3** : Principal stress in the 3rd principal axis direction

**Max(X,Y,Z)** : The maximum value of the stress components in the Global coordinate system

Stress and Allowable Tensile Stress Graph result

**Context Menu**

Using the context menu, you can have various options for representing graphs, saving data, and exporting images.

**Change Title & Label** : Modifies the title and label of a graph.

**Define Graph Origin/Resolution/Range...** : Modifies the functions for displaying the graph, such as graph origin, resolution, range, etc.

**Zoom Out & Zoom Out All** : By dragging the mouse on the graph, the user can zoom in and out.

**X & Y Axis Log Scale** : Displays a log scale on x or y axis.

**Save Graph As Image** : Selects the type of image to save, such as BMP image, JEPG image, Enhanced Metafile image, etc. By default, the graph is saved as a BMP image.

**Save Graph As Text** : Save the data in a text file.

**Save Graph As Excel** : Save the data in a MS-Excel file.

For X-Axis Type Stage/Step, the Define Graph Origin/Resolution/Range function does not apply.