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Old   June 12, 2013, 12:28
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Hello,


I hope you are doing well.

I am writing this letter in order to ask a question. I’d be so grateful if you’d help me.
I want to do a displacement control analysis in 200 substeps. (some nodes have been moved 100mm in Y direction)
I want to get the sum of FY (load in Y direction) for corresponding nodes in each substep. I do this with general method (General Postproc>Read Results>Nodal Calcs>Total force sum).


This way is very time-consuming. Is there a way to get the results in all subteps together? I think I should define a matrix in Parameters menu. But I could not set it. Would you please guide me how I can get the desirable output (step by step process)?


Thank you in advance.

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