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Legacy Force Balance Interface Load Output Format

Legacy Force Balance Interface Load Output Format

Legacy Force Balance Interface Load Output Format

I am trying to export a force balance for a new model that I have run. Problem is that I have a spreadsheet (used to format the information) that used the output from a previous version of FEMAP. Is there anyway to get FEMAP to output the legacy version of the force balance interface loads for the model. Any Help would be appreciated since I don't want to have to modify the SS for the data output if I can avoid it.

Formerly: (what I want)
Force Balance Summation Around ( 0.,0.,0.) in Sys0
Applied Force Applied Moment
Output Set Element Node X Y Z X Y Z


Components included in summation:
Fx[x] Fy[x] Fz[x] Mx[x] My[x] Mz[x]
Contributions included in summation:
Applied [x] Reaction [x] Multipoint Reaction [x]
Peripheral Elements [x] Freebody Elements [ ] Total Summation [ ]
Summation about:
0., 0., 0.

Node ID Source Fx Fy Fz Mx My Mz d1 d2 d3
Fx' Fy' Fz' Mx' My' Mz'

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