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Nonlinear material input

Nonlinear material input

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Hello all,
I have a problem with defining nonlinearity to a material. first i have defined
ud=0.0304971
miuf=1.2
miud=5
utgt=miud*ud
uf=utgt/miuf
l0=1
A0=1
rho=0
Es=2.1E11
Nu=0.3
epsilond=ud/l0
sigmad=Es*epsilond
epsilonf=uf/l0
sigmaf=Es*epsilonf
sigma0=0.9*sigmad
epsilon0=sigma0/Es
et,2,link180: CRSI (concrete reinforcing) Code Issues Links
r,2,l0,rho
MP,EX,2,Es
MP,PRXY,2,Nu
TB,KINH,2,1,2,0
TBTEMP,0
TBPT,,epsilond,sigmad
TBPT,,epsilonl,sigmal

when i start the solution it comes with this error:
*** ERROR *** CP = 28.375 TIME= 15:26:01
The number of temperature specifications exceeds the maximum of 1 for
material number 2. The TBTEMP command is ignored.

How to deal with it?

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