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Old   February 25, 2018, 07:46
Default Buckling analysis with ansys MECHANICAL APDL
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hello,
how can i get critical buckling load from nonlinear buckling analysis??(STEPS IN NONLINEAR BUCKLING ANALYSIS,post buckling effects)
Is it possible to CARRY OUT wind buckling and thermal buckling of steel tanks with ANSYS MECHANICAL APDL??
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Hello
Can u help me to fix this error

for material number1, the SMA table starting location of 7 exceeds the max value of 6 .the TBDATA command is ignored
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