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Moving Load - Detailed Results

Moving Load - Detailed Results

Moving Load - Detailed Results

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I'm waiting to hear back from RISA support, but until then...

SAY I have two moving loads in a RISA model (version 20). And I want to compare the member forces for SAY Load Step 11 of each moving load, which may not be the min/max...

Is there a way to get those results from RISA?

Is there a dump file somewhere that I could grab all of the load step results?

Thanks!

RE: Moving Load - Detailed Results

put them into separate load cases. You can combine them as well if needed.

RE: Moving Load - Detailed Results

When you're on the Home menu, there should be a "point moving" icon available to you (see image below). This allows you to convert a specific load step from your moving load into a regular basic load case. You could do this for both of your moving loads for the locations desired. But, I think that's the only way.

PS. This image is from the help file.



Caveat (So that I don't get hit with a nuisance lawsuit):
I used to work for RISA Technologies under the original owner. However, I left when Numshetck took over, and was not happy with the way my departure was handled. Ergo, I harbor some hard feelings towards their current management. I also work for CSI (their biggest competitor). All of which meant that anything I say about the current incarnation of the company (or their software) should be taken with a grain of salt.

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