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"Format long" for list of frequencies (modal analysis)

"Format long" for list of frequencies (modal analysis)

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Hi,

I am performing a modal analysis for a MEMS gyro and I am interested in getting very accurate values of the frequencies.
Once the modal analysis is solved, I usually use SET,LIST to get the frequency values. But the result is like in the following:

***** INDEX OF DATA SETS ON RESULTS FILE *****

SET TIME/FREQ LOAD STEP SUBSTEP CUMULATIVE
1 8522.1 1 1 1
2 8522.1 1 2 2
3 13885. 1 3 3
4 13885. 1 4 4
5 14351. 1 5 5

So, the values of the frequencies are not really accurate.
Is there any change of setting a sort of "format long" for this list?
Secondly, is there any chance to save the values of the frequencies in a .txt file? It is trivial maybe, but for the results of the modal (just few frequency values...) I didn't find info to do that.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Violetta

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