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From a finite element point of view, a solution can be:

- a temperature, pressure, ..., i.e. a scalar
- a velocity, displacement, flux, ..., i.e. a vector
- a stress, ..., i.e. a tensor
- etc ...

From a MODULEF point of view, the above situation corresponds to a ** B** or
** TAE** data structure associated with 2 structures, ** MAIL** and ** COOR**.

From a graphics point of view, the solution is nothing other than a scalar, a vector, or a tensor defined at a point or an element for which a graphic representation must be found.

- 4.1 Introduction
- 3.2 Two-dimensional solutions TRMCXX
- 3.3 Two-dimensional stresses TRSTXX
- 3.4 Three-dimensional solutions TRC3XX