peteroznewman
Subscriber

The model you have shows the permanent deformation with some rigid body motion. You could export the deformation of the sheet at the end of the simulation, obtain the directional Y deformation of one "pilot" node, and subtract that value from all nodes. The "pilot" node will always have a Y deformation of 0. In that way you can superimpose the offset nodal data to look at differences in permanent deformation between loads.