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NASGRO Spectrum input file

NASGRO Spectrum input file

NASGRO Spectrum input file

I'm trying to use NASGRO in order to simulate the crack growth evolution i don't success to put my own spectrum in a file (long block file).
I don't know what is the architecture of this file?

Is anyone can help me please?

Thank you in advance.

RE: NASGRO Spectrum input file

nasgro comes with a manual ... have you tried a sample problem ?

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RE: NASGRO Spectrum input file

yes, i runned a simple problem.
but i want to introduce a load spectrum with more than 100 load conditions.
I am told that i should use long block file.

thank you for response.

RE: NASGRO Spectrum input file

isn't there an example for running a long block file ?

isn't there a support network ? i mean NASGRO is well known, has been around for a long time ... i'd've thought there was some sort of help around.

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