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SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

(OP)
How can I display a pushover curve using sap2000 OAPI. How to find the yield displacement and the yield force, similarly for ultimate load and ultimate displacement. How can I write the code using sap2000 OAPI.

RE: SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

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RE: SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

(OP)
# get hinge data for the Beams
NumberHinges = 1
HingeNum = [1, 2]
Prop = ["2B1", "2B2"]
MyType = [6, 6]
Behavior = [2, 2]
Source = ["Auto", "Auto"]
# LocType = [1,1]
RD = [0, 1]
# AD = [0,0]
# ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns_1("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, LocType, RD, AD)
ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, RD)

NumberHinges = 1
HingeNum = [3, 4]
Prop = ["4B1", "4B1"]
MyType = [6, 6]
Behavior = [2, 2]
Source = ["Auto", "Auto"]
# LocType = [1,1]
RD = [1, 1]
# AD = [0,0]
# ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns_1("4", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, LocType, RD, AD)
ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, RD)

NumberHinges = 2
HingeNum = [5, 6]
Prop = ["5B1", "5B2"]
MyType = [6, 6]
Behavior = [2, 2]
Source = ["Auto", "Auto"]
# LocType = [1,1]
RD = [0, 1]
# AD = [0,0]
# ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns_1("5", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, LocType, RD, AD)
ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, RD)
# clear selection
ret = SapModel.SelectObj.ClearSelection

# # get hinge data for the Columns
# # select by frame property
ret = SapModel.SelectObj.PropertyFrame("C1")
NumberHinges = 2
HingeNum = [7, 8]
Prop = ["1C1", "1C2"]
MyType = [10, 10]
Behavior = [2, 2]
Source = ["Auto", "Auto"]
# LocType = [1,1]
RD = [0, 1]
# AD = [0,0]
# ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns_1("1", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, LocType, RD, AD)
ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, RD)

NumberHinges = 2
HingeNum = [9, 10]
Prop = ["2C1", "2C2"]
MyType = [10, 10]
Behavior = [2, 2]
Source = ["Auto", "Auto"]
# LocType = [1,1]
RD = [0, 1]
# AD = [0,0]
# ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns_1("3", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, LocType, RD, AD)
ret = SapModel.FrameObj.GetHingeAssigns("2", NumberHinges, HingeNum, Prop, MyType, Behavior, Source, RD)

RE: SAP2000 OAPI Pushover Curve

(OP)
The above-posted code I am using to define the plastic hinges in Sap2000 oapi but this code is not working, what should be the right code to define plastic hinges in sap2000 oapi, Also how to get base shear vs displacement results in sap2000 oapi. Thanks

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