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Load Combination

Sep 26, 2014 at 11:38 PM

I guess the model should be able to solve a given set of load combinations. We first define loadcases such as G,Q,E and then define combination such as 1.4G+1.6Q+E and some other combinations and model.Solve(LoadCombination comb)...

I know this will be your third example, by the way, I am ready to help you about writing these examples if you need. I am a Civil Engineer from Turkey.

Kind regards,

Sedat Acemoglu
Sep 27, 2014 at 2:18 PM
Hi Sedat,
You are welcome to create new tutorials for using this library for any of its features including load combinations.
May i know what case study you want to use in your example?
Also is it possible that i review your example before publishing it? I am asking this because you maybe not familiar with all features of library and with slight changes your example can be improved.
Anyways i believe creating tutorial and help files always is needed.

Kind Regards
Sep 27, 2014 at 3:10 PM
Hi Epsilon,

I tried to send an email about my project, however, it returned back saying that I need to register my email which I did already. Can you send me your email ?

Kind regards,