These POST1 commands are used to process results, such as degree-of-freedom results, nodal stresses, and element summable and nonsummable miscellaneous data.

Mapdl.nsort([item, comp, order, kabs, numb, sel])

Sorts nodal data.


Restores original order for nodal data.

Mapdl.plcint([action, id_, node, cont, dtype])

Plots the fracture parameter (CINT) result data.


Displays the displaced structure.

Mapdl.plesol([item, comp, kund, fact])

Displays the solution results as discontinuous element contours.

Mapdl.plnsol([item, comp, kund, fact, fileid])

Displays results as continuous contours.


Displays the orbital motion of a rotating structure

Mapdl.prenergy([energytype, cname1, cname2, ...])

Prints the total energies of a model or the energies of the specified


Prints the orbital motion characteristics of a rotating structure

Mapdl.plvect([item, lab2, lab3, labp, mode, ...])

Displays results as vectors.

Mapdl.prcint([id_, node, dtype])

Lists the fracture parameter (CINT) results data.

Mapdl.presol([item, comp])

Prints the solution results for elements.

Mapdl.prjsol([item, comp])

Prints joint element output.

Mapdl.prnld([lab, tol, item])

Prints the summed element nodal loads.

Mapdl.prnsol([item, comp])

Prints nodal solution results.


Prints the constrained node reaction solution.


Prints the constrained node reaction solution.

Mapdl.prvect([item, lab2, lab3, labp])

Prints results as vector magnitude and direction cosines.


Sets the type of summation to be used in the following load case