Does it make any difference for the calculation of a load combination if I set the calculation for the included load case according to the geometrically linear analysis or the second-order analysis?

Answer

No, this makes no difference for the calculation of the load combination. It is decisive which method of analysis is set for this load combination, see Figure 01.

Figure 01 - Method of analysis

Keywords

Method of analysis Theory Order Difference Load case Load combination

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