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CSI Bridge - Per Lane Responses/Output

CSI Bridge - Per Lane Responses/Output

CSI Bridge - Per Lane Responses/Output

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Good Evening!

I am wondering if anyone familiar with CSI bridge is familiar with 'Per Lane' live load responses from the program, specifically for bearings/links? This is the first time in CSI that I have tried to obtain this kind of response, so I am not sure if there is some way to obtain this? Essentially, we are trying to obtain the reactions at supports but need these reactions to be in a 'per lane' output, not the max reaction, since using the max reactions for all girders would be very conservative. I am not aware of any direct bearing output from the bridge object model, so I am assuming that this information would need to be obtained from results tables for the links somehow. Any suggestions or advice would be much appreciated.

Thank you!

Carl

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