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Does anyone know how to enter Story

Does anyone know how to enter Story

Does anyone know how to enter Story

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Does anyone know how to enter Story Drift as an input value (if it is even possible at all) to STAAD? We have a project with given story drifts and have to design stairs with story drift included.

All I know is P/A and Mc/I

RE: Does anyone know how to enter Story

Not that I am aware of. Checking the manual (Sect. 5.31.2.16), it says: The story drift determination as explained in Section 12.8.6 of the ASCE 7-10 code is not implemented in STAAD.

I've seen people amplify load combinations by a calculated factor (to get the seismic drift) and note the combination as doing that.....but I am not aware of any automatic way of doing that in STAAD.

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