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How 2 extract a specific column from .f06 file [NASTRAN/PATRAN]

How 2 extract a specific column from .f06 file [NASTRAN/PATRAN]

How 2 extract a specific column from .f06 file [NASTRAN/PATRAN]

Hi all,

i need to extract strength values from .f06 file for multiple number of plies.
For that I need to select only a column

Does any one knows how can i do it easily ?
If such thing exist in postprocessor, please do tell

Much thanks


RE: How 2 extract a specific column from .f06 file [NASTRAN/PATRAN]

excel is good for this, but ...

open the f06 in word,
save in .txt format,
in excel, input data from text,
make sure the column you want is a single column in excel.

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RE: How 2 extract a specific column from .f06 file [NASTRAN/PATRAN]

Note that Excel does have a limit on the number of rows

There are programs that can parse fixed format files. like:

You could possibly write your own:

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