I have a STAAD model and I am analyzing it for deflections and moments. I have 3 different types of beams/columns with varied lengths. I am trying to create a report to give me the maximum deflections per beam type and lengths. I already did the beam displacement summary but this only gives me the maximum disp. on the whole model and not per beam types and lengths.
Is there a way to setup a report to give these maximums per beam without manually going through each beam?
Thanks for your help!
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