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WinStabl Users:

I'm using the software for a current project application with tieback anchors.
Currently the program wont run. I think I might be doing something wrong in the data entry, either: boundary number or y-coordinate.
Does anyone might have an insight on this data entry procedure?
Thank you!


You would help the readers to follow your question if you scan a copy of the cross section and rough out the search limits somehow and post as a file as indicated below. jpg file seems to work OK..


I am not familiar with WinStabl, but often times it is possible to e-mail your input file to tech support for the program. Then, and after you have read the manual and looked through the examples, they can help walk you through the input to find your problem.



If need be I can get the phone number for the professor at Univ. Wisconsin. BigH may have it also.

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