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Output tables inconsistent in case of weak elements
14-12-2010, 01:56 PM,
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Output tables inconsistent in case of weak elements
If I want to use Excel to check the Von Mises stresses from output table CSTRMAX and from output table PIPEMAT (0,85(Re+ReT)/1,1) there is a inconsistency in the output tables.

The row of weak elements are not given (hidden) in the output tables of function 6,2.

So when copying both output tables to Excel, the table row length is not the same in the case when there are weak elements in the configuration.

Why don't you hide those weak elements by default in the other functions. It should only be viewable when a user selects "Weak" elements from the Groups menu.
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Output tables inconsistent in case of weak elements - by shaswin - 14-12-2010, 01:56 PM

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