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Caesar II Dynamic Analysis

Caesar II Dynamic Analysis

(OP)
I am having an issue with Caesar II that I have never encountered before.
When setting up new Earthquake (Spectrum) load cases for ASCE7(05) horizontal and vertical, I input the following:
Load Case #1
0 ASCE7(05)Spectrum1H 1.0 X-Direction
2 ASCE7(05)Spectrum1V 1.0 Y-Direction
Load Case #2
0 ASCE7(05)Spectrum1H 1.0 Z-Direction
1 ASCE7(05)Spectrum1V 1.0 Y-Direction

When I go to run the dynamic analysis, the line number in the first case that is "2" changes to a "1" and I get error messages
stating that the load cases are input incorrectly.

Has anyone ever encountered this before or knows of a solution.

RE: Caesar II Dynamic Analysis

one solution is to use some other software!!

RE: Caesar II Dynamic Analysis

Open a Support Request (SR) on Smart Support and send in your job files. Tech Support will look at this and get back to you.

Richard Ay
Intergraph CAS

RE: Caesar II Dynamic Analysis

I think since the OP was in October 16 that he would have solved the problem by the 11 December!!!!

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