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(Caesar II) allowable stress in occasional and expansión load

(Caesar II) allowable stress in occasional and expansión load

(Caesar II) allowable stress in occasional and expansión load


I am having trouble generating a code stress check, and stress distributions.When I generate the stress report, it says the allowable stress is zero, hence it does not generate the correct stress plots or code compliance reports.

I´m think the wrong is program configuration.

Thanks for your help.

RE: (Caesar II) allowable stress in occasional and expansión load

This is a surprising result. I presume you have Sc and Sh values defined in the input? If not, that is the problem. If so, we need to see your input file (*.c2). Can you open an SR on Smart Support and send in the job please? Make sure you include details about your OS and specific CAESAR II version.

Richard Ay
Hexagon PPM (CAS)

RE: (Caesar II) allowable stress in occasional and expansión load

Did you use a custom material or something that doesn't have ASME B31.3 defined allowables?

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