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MRSA Results for Individual Modes

MRSA Results for Individual Modes

MRSA Results for Individual Modes

(OP)
Does anybody know if RAM Frame can be used to provide MRSA forces for individual modes prior to combining them?

RE: MRSA Results for Individual Modes

There is a way to do this.

First edit the ramis.ini file (located here: C:\ProgramData\Bentley\Engineering\RAM Structural System)

Add a [Testing] block if there is not already one, then add these two parameters.

[Testing]
WriteDataToExternalDatabase=1
WriteDynamicDispForEachNode=1

Now, run your Ram Frame analysis with eigensolution and dynamic response spectrum loads. Be sure to check the box that says "Write Results to SQLite database." within the Process - Analyze dialog.

Return to Ram Manager and use Post processing – SQLite Report Generator to generate a report with the desired tables (e.g for Node_Dynamic_Displacement_table).

Note, this can take a while since it’s a huge amount of data.

For more see: https://communities.bentley.com/products/ram-staad...

RE: MRSA Results for Individual Modes

(OP)
Thanks, Seth. I'll give it a shot and let you know if I have any issues.

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