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Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions

Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions

Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions

(OP)
Question for Caesar II users.

Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions or just analysis in one direction then only reverses the result in the load combinations?

Regarding load combinations Ceaser says “The subtracted uniform load vectors reverse the direction of the uniform load applied”. It does not seem to run the analysis again in the other direction. If the support gaps are asymmetric the loads from two analysis sets will be different.

Our procedure is to run the analysis twice with different load directions.

RE: Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions

Hello Kevin,

For issues like this, I would recommend you head over to Hexagon's Smart Community or submit a ticket through support.

Check out Smart Community here: https://smartcommunity.hexagonppm.com/


Best,

Shawn
Global Marketing Program Manager - Analysis Solutions

RE: Does Caesar run the analysis for EQ actions in the forward and reverse directions

(OP)
The Smart Community would be a best, but we are not a Hexagon customer require for access. We are dealing design by another party who has used Caesar.

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