FAQ 004661 | A member load should act in the direction of the negative local member axis z. How should the load be defined?

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A member load should act in the direction of the negative local member axis z. How should the load be defined?

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To define a member load in the direction of the negative local member axis z (Figure 01), you have to specify a negative load parameter and the load direction local z (Figure 02).

Figure 01 - Member Load in Direction of Negative Local Member Axis z

Figure 02 - Member Load

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