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Moment and force ranges

Moment and force ranges

Moment and force ranges

   A newbie at Caesar. Can anyone advise if you can obtain an output of the force and moment "ranges" for elements which have been used in the calculation of the thermal stress range

RE: Moment and force ranges

Sure, look at the "Force Report" for the "Expansion" (EXP) load case.  The values you see are the force/moment ranges.

Richard Ay

RE: Moment and force ranges

       Thanks for the reply. Thats what I thought but when I look at the output all that is there is a load of N/A's and no values.


RE: Moment and force ranges

Send the job in to techsupport@coade.com and as for someone to look at it.

Richard Ay

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