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Does it make a difference for the calculation of a load combination whether the calculation is set according to the first-order analysis or the second-order analysis for a contained load case?

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No, this makes no difference for the calculation of the load combination. The decisive factor is which calculation type is set for this load combination, see Figure 1.

Figure 01 - Method of Analysis

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Method of Analysis Theory Alright Difference Load case Load combination

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