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CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.1: Import Results – Import all Results
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.2: Import Results – View Displacement Results Select construction increment number to display
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.3: Import Results – View Bending Moment Results
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.4: Import Results – View Thrust Results
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.5: Import Results – View Shear Results
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.6: Import Results – View Horizontal Soil Stress Results Select construction increment number to display
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.7: Import Results – View Vertical Soil Stress Results Select construction increment number to display
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.8: Import Results – View Soil Shear Stress Results Select construction increment number to display
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.9: Import Results – Soil Horizontal, Vertical and Shear Strain Results
CandeCAD – DEMO Step 4.10: Import Results – Imported Displacements of all Construction Increments
The End of Step 4 : Import Results! Thank you.
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