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ANALYSIS OF FRAME LIFTING

ANALYSIS OF FRAME LIFTING

ANALYSIS OF FRAME LIFTING

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Dears,

I have modeled a frame and analysed for in-process & lifting condition. during in-process i got excessive stress due to temperature load. So i provided 10Kn/mm spring at Fx & Fz to release the same. But what should i do while making concrete foundation to get this spring action.

During lifting analysis i am getting very high axial forces in slings & instability is more. hence I provided releases in slings & frames to make it stable. but sling force reduced to very less value, which shall not be correct. please refer attached models& advise on the supports in both condition.

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