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Old   December 25, 2021, 06:18
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Hi! I'm new to Abaqus and I'm analysing a two-storey building (2D planar, deformable and wire). I sketched the whole building as a single part, so all beams should be connected to each other. But by displaying results I see that some of them are not propperly connected (here you can find a screenshot). I have tried different constraints such as "tie", "MPC constraint", etc. But I didn't obtain desired results. At this point, I don't know what else I should try. Could you help me with that?
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