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In RF- / STEEL EC3, I receive the error message saying that a node with supports does not exist in the set of members. What is the reason?

Answer

In RF- / STEEL EC3, a support at a node that is not part of the set of members is defined in window "1.7 Nodal Supports". In RF- / STEEL EC3, in the "1.7 Nodal Supports" window, you define a support at a node that exists in the set of members or delete the nodal support.

In Figure 1, for example, set of member supports was defined for the set of members 1 on nodes 2 and 7. When the calculation starts, the message "Node No. 7 with supports does not exist in the No. of relevant set of members. 1 Please correct it in Table 1.7. "(Figure 2, Figure 3).

In RF- / STEEL EC3, you can display the selected set of members in Window "1.7 Nodal Supports" by clicking the "Show Only Current Object" button and the node numbering can be displayed by clicking the "Local Coordinate System" button (Figure 4). It can be seen here that the node 7 is not contained in the set of members. Instead of at node 7, the support must be defined on a node contained in the member set (for example, node 6).

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