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Export correct geometry to another input file

Export correct geometry to another input file

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Hello everyone,

I have two Caesar II input files, the first one is with the correct geometry and the wrong displacements/restraints/wind/current_conditions, while the second one is the opposite (wrong geometry and correct parameter). I would to know how do you import the correct geometry into the correct paramters?

Could help me please, I am really lost right now...

Many thanks
Mana

RE: Export correct geometry to another input file

You can copy the load case / wind load / current etc. file from one Caesar II calc to another. It's the _J file. You cannot similarly copy displacements or restraints since they are embedded in the input file.

Solution ... manually correct one file, bin the other one.

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