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#73099 - 04/02/19 01:33 AM How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary
Shiny Mathew Offline
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Is there any setting to switch on or switch off the MAX row from restraint summary report where the maximum values of forces, moments and displacements out of various load cases are displayed.

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#73103 - 04/02/19 09:15 AM Re: How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary [Re: Shiny Mathew]
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There is no switch to turn this summary line on/off.
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#73109 - 04/02/19 03:47 PM Re: How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary [Re: Shiny Mathew]
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If you export to Excel, turn on Auto-Filter, you can filter out all rows with "Max" displayed. Probably not the solution you want, but it's relatively easy to implement.
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#73116 - 04/03/19 07:43 AM Re: How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary [Re: Shiny Mathew]
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Without too much effort, you can also create a new restraint summary report. In building a new report, you have the choice of including or excluding the "Max" line. You can create the custom report using the second tool bar above the output menu.
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#73234 - 05/05/19 02:45 AM Re: How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary [Re: Shiny Mathew]
Shiny Mathew Offline
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Thank you all for the responses. May be it happens when including the (Alt-Sus) case.

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#73244 - 05/06/19 11:15 AM Re: How to show MAX row force and moment in restraint summary [Re: Shiny Mathew]
Dorin Daniel Popescu Offline
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Shiny Mathew,

Kindly please try to go back to Caesar II manual and study the Alt-SUS case theory & explanations...Alt-SUS case is used for SUSstained CODE stress calculation ONLY, element forces/moments and restraint loads are meaningless, you'll not get any result for them...

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