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Reviewing multiloads on nodes.

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As you can see in the picture, two forces are acting on single node, on review, I am able to view the magnitude of that force. How to find about the other force? and to which load collector it belongs to, and it magnitude and other info.?

 

Thanks.

 

 

 

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There are a couple of things you can try.  Turn off all load collectors, and then turn them back on one by one so only one collector is visible at any given time.  If the loads are in different collectors they will only appear when their collector is displayed.  The other option is to use masking.  Hit F5 to activate the mask panel, switch the selection to "Loads", and select one of the loads.  Click on mask and it will disappear from the view.  You can then use the "reverse" option to switch which one is displayed.

 

FYI:  I didn't see a picture in your original post.

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15 hours ago, KevinEldridge said:

There are a couple of things you can try.  Turn off all load collectors, and then turn them back on one by one so only one collector is visible at any given time.  If the loads are in different collectors they will only appear when their collector is displayed.  The other option is to use masking.  Hit F5 to activate the mask panel, switch the selection to "Loads", and select one of the loads.  Click on mask and it will disappear from the view.  You can then use the "reverse" option to switch which one is displayed.

 

FYI:  I didn't see a picture in your original post.

Sorry for that . As you can see, the numbers are overlapping. When I click on one node to review, I can see it value but, how to find out the other load?

 

Thanks.

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