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Regarding ETABS modelling and renaming joints.

Regarding ETABS modelling and renaming joints.

Regarding ETABS modelling and renaming joints.

Dear all,
I have two questions in etabs.
1. I have a model with base isolation + 1200 piles, the model moves really slow, and it does not respond at all. My pc specs are okay, (4*24gb ram total96gb--inteli914900k-graphic card is saphire pulse amdradeon RX5808g gddr5--2TB ssd card empty--normal fan--- ).What do I need to change, as the model moves really really slowly.

2.I have 1200 piles with different joint labels (one model has piles modelled the other point joint restraints so no piles). I want to assign loads on the frame piles from the joint restraint model via the interactive database but how can I change the labels for the two models to match? I tried matlab code and python via chat gpt, but nothing worked for me so far.

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