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PostPosted: Sun Nov 19, 2017 1:10 pm 
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Below is a piece of CADINP:
Quote:
PTUV S U V DVS DL DR RV RL TYPE=SPAN
1 0 0.45 - - - - -
1.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
2 0 0.27 - - - - -
2.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
3 0 0.45 - - - - -

The tendon profile looks like this
Attachment:
1.jpg


If I change DL from - to 10 at S=2
Quote:
PTUV S U V DVS DL DR RV RL TYPE=SPAN
1 0 0.45 - - - - -
1.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
2 0 0.27 - 10 - - -
2.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
3 0 0.45 - - - - -

The tendon profile looks like this
Attachment:
2.jpg


But if I change DR from - to 10 at S=2, the tendon profile is the same as the original input
Quote:
PTUV S U V DVS DL DR RV RL TYPE=SPAN
1 0 0.45 - - - - -
1.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
2 0 0.27 - - 10 - -
2.5 0 1.1 - - - - -
3 0 0.45 - - - - -

The tendon profile looks like this
Attachment:
3.jpg


Why changing DR doesn't affect the tendon profile?
Quote:
DL/DR Straight line to the left and to the right of the point.If given, the tendon geometry will be replaced by a straight.To the right means in positiveand to the left means in negative parameter direction on the reference axis. In the case that the point is classified at parameter KIND, the respecitve length will be taken from thevalues given at the prestressing system, if present (SYSP LPRE to LFIX). A given value of0.0 also resets all internal values to zero


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