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PatrickEC
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Non-linear Static Analysis - Parameters

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09-05-2012 04:03 PM

From "Non-linear Static Analysis - Parameters" section in the help:

 

  • For the Initial stress method - Matrix K actualized after each subdivision - Off.

    Matrix K actualized after each iteration - Off.

  • For the Modified Newton - Matrix K actualized after each subdivision - Off.

    Raphson method: Matrix K actualized after each iteration - On.

  • For Full Newton - Matrix K actualized after each subdivision - Off.

    Raphson method: Matrix K actualized after each iteration - On.

 

1. Off/On settings above are the same for both Modified Newton method and Full Newton method.

2. The default Robot setting is On & Off, which method does it trigger?

3. What happens when both options are set to On & On?

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Romanich
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Registered: ‎09-29-2009

Re: Non-linear Static Analysis - Parameters

09-05-2012 10:30 PM in reply to: PatrickEC

Hi Patrick,

this is error in Help.

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tony.ridley
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Registered: ‎09-07-2011

Re: Non-linear Static Analysis - Parameters

09-06-2012 05:43 AM in reply to: Romanich

Patrick

 

The help file is also incorrect (as pointed out by Romanich);

 

see

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Robot-Structural/Help-file-error/m-p/3368727/highlight/true#M...

 

Tony

 

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pp2008
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Re: Non-linear Static Analysis - Parameters

10-14-2014 01:56 AM in reply to: tony.ridley

Fixed in the online help.

See:

http://help.autodesk.com/view/RSAPRO/2015/ENU/?gui​d=GUID-FB3C86D3-0E30-43A6-82D6-6C50F429FA0D 

 

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