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Old   November 12, 2011, 05:42
Default Workbench 12.1 reaction forces and moments in response spectrum
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Hello all,
I am using workbench 12.1 to perform a spectrum analysis in order to find reaction forces and moments. Unfortunately it is impossible to use PROBE to extract what I need as this is a commonly known bug with 12.1
Somehow I nede to find the way to do it, I was adviced to use beta version to get my desired data but I am a bit sceptical as this is a beta.
I would like to know if anyone can help me to create commands to extract reaction forces and moments? I have never written any commands before as there was no need to, no I am stuck a bit.
If anyone uses commands in workbench, please let me know and may be we can work something out.
Or if there is any other way to get the data I need, please let me know.
Thank you in advance.
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