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Error Code 1048

Error Code 1048

Error Code 1048

I have completed the entry of members, loads, etc. and are in the initial process of running a batch solution for the model.  I am receiving the following error: Error Code 1048 - No eligible members found in plane of area load.

Unfortunately, I cannot decipher where this area is occurring. Any suggestions?

RE: Error Code 1048

Unfortunately, the error message does not identify which load combination, load category or such is causing the problem. However, the solution status bar (which should still be visible in the background) will tell you load combination you were solving when this error occurred.

If I have a lot of different load categories in this combination, then I'll just create load combinations that solve each of my load categories or basic load cases.  That way, I'll know exactly which load case it's occurring for.

If I've got 50 area loads defined in my one load case, then I still have some investigating to do.  But, not as much as if I were looking at all load cases rather than just the one.   

RE: Error Code 1048

Thanks JoshPlum.  I am currently performing a search of exactly what you have offered.  Thanks again!

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