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Summary of checking

Summary of checking

Summary of checking

Anyone know hpw to show the checking of member which shows bending moment, bending moment capacity , shear , shear capacity, axial force acting on member, axial capacity of member in one page like ETABS ? I used STAADPro to design some steel structure, unfortunealy some bracing failed, the utilistaion ratio > 1, however, it doesnt show what cause the beam to fail ? Axial ? Shear ?

When I clicked on the member , here is what it showed only , I am not sure what failed and the capacity of the member also. This is annoying.

RE: Summary of checking

Qestion 2 , how to select and show all the failed member only ??

RE: Summary of checking

There are a few options for design output using the track function, see the help topic on Beam Design output for details: file:///C:/Program%20Files/Bentley/Engineering/STAAD.Pro%20CONNECT%20Edition/Help/GUID-CB644A0D-A142-462F-B487-29205A934DE4.html?q=track%202
in the graphical interface, you can double click on the member as you noted above, then tab over to Steel tab for design summary info.
See also: https://communities.bentley.com/products/ram-staad...
There are colors used to help identify beams with UR>1

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