Indicates this area of the part can have poor quality. The pressure drop is too high at the point you selected, compared to the maximum injection pressure.
The pressure drop is the drop in pressure from the initial injection pressure to the pressure recorded at the moment the part was filled, for the entire model. The lower the pressure drop values recorded, the more likely the part fills completely.
If a part has a yellow or red Quality Prediction result, find out why. If it is due to high-pressure drop, make some of the changes recommended here.
If the part is mostly green with some small yellow areas, it can be acceptable. However, carefully examine the other result displays to see exactly how and where the results went wrong.
If the pressure drop is greater than 80 percent of the injection pressure, there can be filling problems. In particular, the part can short shot.
Some options are available to improve a bad pressure drop result: