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If you are not the intended recipient, you are further notified that any use, distribution, transmission, printing, copying or dissemination of this information in any manner is strictly prohibited. For CivilFEM, the tuyorial files they bundle with is quite enough to start with a not so smooth learning curve. What sort of non-linear analysis are you looking for?

gutorial Which design code are you intending to design according to? Fri Sep 09, 4: Sun Sep 11, 6: There are lots of things I’m curious as to how you did. Can you please note here as to how you did these I may want to comment: How did you provide floor loads?

Did you model the slabs? With shell elements or membrane elements? Did you assign full thickness?

Did you mesh the model? Sun Sep 11, 5: I know for shear wall buildings of which diaphragms are assumed as rigid there will be some level of flexibity in it which will introduce errors in the diaphragm action in resisting storey shears. Again let me also ask, the building is about 55 storey, what wall thickness do you propose i start with at foundation level and at what levels should i consider reductions.


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I sent you an email. Mon Sep 12, 1: Mon Sep 12, 3: Can you give me guidance on that as well if there are some rules concerning beam depths and sizes aside their normal performance in taking slab loading effectively.

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