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a given analysis code/type. $ The descriptions specific to individual property sets are below the defaults. $ If no description specific to the individual property is specified, the defau lt is used. $ WARNING: Do not use Excel. Excel adds unnecessary control characters and cau ses errors. $ Preferred editors are notepad and vi. $ ANALYSIS CODE/TYPE|| MSC.Marc|Structural| 20|1| PROPERTY WORDS|| $Word ID|Property Word|Description 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area or select a spatial field with the icon. 4|Closure Direction|Enter the closure direction vector or select a spatial field with the icon. 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 6|XZ Plane Definition|Enter the vector defining the XZ plane or select a spatial field with the icon. 7|Dof at Node 1|Select the DOF at Node 1 from the dropdown to the right. 8|Dof at Node 2|Select the DOF at Node 2 from the dropdown to the right. 10|Izz (K factor)|Enter the moment of inertia about z (K factor) or select a spa tial field with the icon. 11|Ixx|Enter the moment of inertia about x or select a spatial field with the ic on. 12|Iyy|Enter the moment of inertia about y or select a spatial field with the ic on. 13|Material Name|Select a predefined material from the material icon to the righ t the data box. 14|Transl Inertia, X|Enter the translational inertia in x or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 15|Transl Inertia, Y|Enter the translational inertia in y or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 16|Transl Inertia, Z|Enter the translational inertia in z or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle or select a spatial field with the icon. 21|Orientation System|Enter the coordinate ID of the orientation system. 22|Pipe Thickness|Enter the pipe thickness or select a spatial field with the ic on. 23|Rotary Inertia, XX|Enter the rotary inertia in x or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 24|Rotary Inertia, YY|Enter the rotary inertia in y or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 25|Rotary Inertia, ZZ|Enter the rotary inertia in z or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 27|Section Height|Enter the section height or select a spatial field with the ic on. 28|Section Radius (ave)|Enter the average section radius or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 29|Section Width|Enter the section width or select a spatial field with the icon . 30|Shear Area-x|Enter the shear area in x or select a spatial field with the ico n. 31|Shear Area-y|Enter the shear area in y or select a spatial field with the ico

n. 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a spatial field with the icon. 36|Thickness|Enter the thickness or select a spatial field with the icon. 38|Contact Lbc Name| 39|Section Name|Enter the section name, select existing section using the icon, or use the create sections icon below to create a new section. 3003|Branch Length|Enter the branch length for each branch separated by spaces i .e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3004|Closure Distance|Enter the closure distance or select a spatial field with the icon. 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin|Enter dx/ds at the beginning of each branch separated by spaces i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End|Enter dx/ds at the end of each branch separated by space s i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin|Enter dy/ds at the beginning of each branch separated by spaces i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End|Enter dy/ds at the end of each branch separated by space s i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3010|Element Length|Enter the element length or select a spatial field with the icon. 3012|Friction Coefficient|Enter the friction coefficient or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 3013|Init Open or Closed|Select "Open" or "Closed" using the dropdown. 3014|Initial Stress|Enter the initial stress or select a spatial field with the icon. 3015|K Normal (closed)|Enter the elastic stiffness of the closed gap in the gap direction, or select a spatial field with the icon. 3016|K Tangent (closed)|Enter the elastic stiffness of the closed, nonslipping g ap in the friction direction, or select a spatial field with the icon. 3017|Limiting Distance|Enter the limiting distance or select a spatial field wit h the icon. This is the minimum distance between the end points. 3018|Min or Max Limit Type|Select "MAXIMUM" or "MINIMUM" from the dropdown depen ding on whether the limiting distance is the maximum or minimum distance between the endpoints 3019|# Divisions ea Branch|Enter the number of divisions of each branch separate d by spaces i.e. "4 4 4 4" 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin|Enter the thickness at each branch beginning i.e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3021|Thkns @ Branch End|Enter the thickness at each branch end i.e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3022|Tied Shell Thickness|Enter the tied shell thickness. This is the transitio n thickness between shell and brick elements. 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch|Enter the x coordinate for the beginning of the first branch. 3027|X @ Branch End|Enter the x coordinate for the end of each branch i.e. "0 0 -1 -1". 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch|Enter the y coordinate for the beginning of the first branch. 3029|Y @ Branch End|Enter the y coordinate for the end of each branch i.e. "0 0 -1 -1" 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation|Select the node which references the relative surface rotation. 3031|Thickness Change|Select the node which references the thickness change. 3032|Formulation Options|Select "Assumed Strain," "Constant Volume," or "Both" f rom the dropdown. 3033|Thickness Direction 2D|Select the thickness direction from the dropdown. 3034|Thickness Direction 3D|Select the thickness direction from the dropdown. 3035|DOF at Node|Select the DOF at the node from the dropdown to the right. 3036|DOF at Node 1|Select the DOF at Node 1 from the dropdown to the right. 3037|DOF at Node 2|Select the DOF at Node 2 from the dropdown to the right.

3038|Initial Force|Enter the initial force in the spring or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 3039|Thermal Conduction|Enter the thermal conduction or select a non-spatial fie ld with the icon. 3040|Loading Path|Enter the table ID of the loading path or select a non-spatial field with the icon. 3041|Yield Pressure|Enter the yield pressure or select a spatial field with the icon. 3042|Tensile Modulus|Enter the tensile modulus (pressure per unit length) or sel ect a spatial field with the icon. 3043|Transverse Shear Modulus|Enter the transverse shear modulus (force per unit area) or select a spatial field with the icon. 3044|Initial Gap|Enter the initial gap or select a spatial field with the icon. 3045|Unloading Path 1|Enter the table ID of unloading path 1 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3046|Unloading Path 2|Enter the table ID of unloading path 2 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3047|Unloading Path 3|Enter the table ID of unloading path 3 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3048|Unloading Path 4|Enter the table ID of unloading path 4 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3049|Unloading Path 5|Enter the table ID of unloading path 5 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3050|Unloading Path 6|Enter the table ID of unloading path 6 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3051|Unloading Path 7|Enter the table ID of unloading path 7 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3052|Unloading Path 8|Enter the table ID of unloading path 8 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3053|Unloading Path 9|Enter the table ID of unloading path 9 or select a non-spa tial field with the icon. 3054|Unloading Path 10|Enter the table ID of unloading path 10 or select a non-s patial field with the icon. 3055|Spacing|Enter the rebar spacing (# of rebars / length) or select a spatial field with the icon. 3056|Rigidity|Select "Rigid" to treat this element as a rigid heat transfer elem ent only in coupled analysis. 3057|Stiffness Type|Supply either a direct stiffness vs. deflection or a force v s. deflection field based on this setting. 3058|Damping Type|Supply either a direct damping coefficient vs. velocity or a f orce vs. velocity field based on this setting. 3059|Thermal Conduction Type|Supply either a direct conduction vs. temperature o r a flux vs. temperature field based on this setting. 3060|Thermal Formulation Options|Select "Constant Temperature" from the dropdown if the temperature is constant. 3061|Contact Beam Radius|Enter the contact beam radius or select a spatial field with the icon. 3062|Stabalizer|Select "Stabalizer" from the option menu to flag numerical stabl ization. Spring and damper forces are always zeroed and spring acts only as a li nk if turned ON. Only activated or valid if stiffness Direct Values are used. 3063|Transverse Shear|Set this to "Parabolic" to treat tranverse shear strain th rough the thickness as a more parabolic beam-like distribution derived from a st rength-of-materials approach as opposed to a constant shear-strain distribution. (Elements 22, 45, 77, & 140 only.) 3064|Reference Axis|Enter a vector to define the rebar refernce axis. Default i s <1,0,0> if not entered. Cannot be perpendicular to rebar layer. Reference ax is is projected onto the rebar layer plane. The rebar orientation angle is meas ured from this projection. 3065|Microbuckle Factor|If a factor is entered, this activates the microbuckle b ehavior of rebar cords in compression. The factor reduces the rebar compression

stiffness. A good default value is 0.02. 3066|Orig. Radius for Cyl.Expansion|If entered, flags structure as an axisymmetr ic expansion of cylinders of bias plies with cords nearly inextensible relative to matrix material. Rebar properties are then calculated by Marc. Ref. axis mus t be sym. axis of orignal cylinder. 3067|Write MFD File?|Set to "Yes" to create a file named jid_rebar.mfd for rebar layer verification purposes. If set for one rebar property, it will be set for all. 3079|Transition Thickness|If the automatic brick to shell constraints are to be used, this must be defined in which case attached shell elements must exist in t he model. 3080|Transverse Shear Factor|When this element refers to a non-composite materia l, enter a factor between 0 and 1 to scale the transverse shear modulus (the com mon value for isotropic material is 5/6) 3081|Constant Temperature|Leave blank unless constant temperature is to be set. 4304|Interface Integration Scheme|Select the value of the Integration Scheme wit h the dropdown. 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme|Select the value of the Stiffness Matrix Scheme wit h the dropdown. 4101|Center of Curvature|Select the node defining the center of curvature $|| SETS AND WORDS|| $Set ID|Set Name|Number of Words/Description 3050|Mass - (MASS)|6 14|Transl Inertia, X| 15|Transl Inertia, Y| 16|Transl Inertia, Z| 23|Rotary Inertia, XX| 24|Rotary Inertia, YY| 25|Rotary Inertia, ZZ| $|| 3125|Damper/Spring (0D)|8 3035| DOF at Node| 3057|Stiffness Type| 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a non-spatial field with the icon.| 3058|Damping Type| 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a non-spatial fiel d with the icon.| 3038| Initial Force| 3059|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| $|| 3025|Element 52 - bar2|6 13|Material Name|Pick a material. 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3026|Element 98 - bar2|6 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3027|Element 31 - bar2|9 13|Material Name|

6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 10|Izz (K factor)| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3024|Element 98 - bar2|16 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3020|Element 31 - bar2|15 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3021|Element 31 - bar2|15 13|Material Name| 4101|Center of Curvature| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity|

$|| 3022|Element 31 - bar2|9 13|Material Name| 4101|Center of Curvature| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 10|Izz (K factor)| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3023|Element 31 - bar2|5 13|Material Name| 4101|Center of Curvature| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 22|Pipe Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3028|Element 31 - bar2|5 13|Material Name| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 22|Pipe Thickness| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3010|Element 14 - bar2|16 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3011|Element 25 - bar2|16 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity|

3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3012|Elements (78,76) - bar2/3|16 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3113|Element 13 - bar2|14 13|Material Name| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3052|Elements (79,77) - bar2/3|16 13|Material Name 6|XZ Plane Definition 3019|# Divisions ea Branch 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin 3027|X @ Branch End 3029|Y @ Branch End 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End 3021|Thkns @ Branch End 3003|Branch Length 3056|Rigidity 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3054|Element 14 - bar2|6 13|Material Name| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 22|Pipe Thickness| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3056|Rigidity|

3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3046|Element 25 - bar2|6 13|Material Name| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 22|Pipe Thickness| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3055|Elements (78,76) -bar2/3|6 13|Material Name| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 22|Pipe Thickness| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3078|Elements (9,64) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3068|Spring - (SPRING)|4 7|Dof at Node 1| 8|Dof at Node 2| 35|Stiffness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3019|Damper - (SPRING)|4 7|Dof at Node 1| 8|Dof at Node 2| 5|Damping Coefficient| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3029|Element 12 - bar2|6 3013|Init Open or Closed| 3004|Closure Distance| 3012|Friction Coefficient| 3015|K Normal (closed)| 3016|K Tangent (closed)| 4|Closure Direction| $|| 3079|Element 12 - bar2|6 3013|Init Open or Closed| 3017|Limiting Distance| 3018|Min or Max Limit Type| 3012|Friction Coefficient| 3015|K Normal (closed)| 3016|K Tangent (closed)| $|| 3114|Element 97 - bar2|6 3013|Init Open or Closed| 3017|Limiting Distance| 3018|Min or Max Limit Type| 3012|Friction Coefficient| 3015|K Normal (closed)| 3016|K Tangent (closed)| $||

3076|Element 51 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 3014|Initial Stress| $|| 3036|Element 51 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 3010|Element Length| $|| 3009|Elements (1,89) - bar2/3|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3115|Element 90 - bar3|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3116|Element 15 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3037|Elements (1,89) - bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3117|Element 90 - bar3|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3118|Element 15 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3086|Elements (5,45) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3084|Element 45 - bar3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3119|Element 16 - bar2|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3083|Elements (5,45) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height|

29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3085|Element 45 - bar3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3120|Dummy for 1D Rigid Elements|1 38|Contact Lbc Name| $|| 3126|Damper/Spring (1D)|10 3036|DOF at Node 1| 3037|DOF at Node 2| 3057|Stiffness Type| 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a non-spatial field with the icon.| 3058|Damping Type| 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a non-spatial fiel d with the icon.| 3038|Initial Force| 3058|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3122|Standard Straight Beam|23 13|Material Name| 39|Section Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 10|Izz (K factor)| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3123|General Straight Beam|23 13|Material Name| 39|Section Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 10|Izz (K factor)|

3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3124|Curved Beam|23 13|Material Name 39|Section Name 28|Section Radius (ave) 1|Cross-Sectional Area 30|Shear Area-x 31|Shear Area-y 11|Ixx 12|Iyy 10|Izz (K factor) 3019|# Divisions ea Branch 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin 3027|X @ Branch End 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3056|Rigidity| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3129|Rebar Elements (165, 168)|4 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area of the rebar or select a s patial filed with the icon to the right. 3055|Spacing| 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle of the rebar relative to the pr ojection of the reference angle on the rebar layer. Or select a spatial field f rom the icon to the right. $|| 3130|Rebar Elements (166, 169)|4 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area of the rebar or select a s patial filed with the icon to the right. 3055|Spacing| 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle of the rebar relative to the pr ojection of the reference angle on the rebar layer. Or select a spatial field f rom the icon to the right. $|| 3131|Rebar Elements (167, 170)|4 13|Material Name|

1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area of the rebar or select a s patial filed with the icon to the right. 3055|Spacing| 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle of the rebar relative to the pr ojection of the reference angle on the rebar layer. Or select a spatial field f rom the icon to the right. $|| 3077|Elements (139,138,72,49)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3044|Elements (139,138,72,49)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3075|Elements (75,22) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3098|Element 140 - quad4/tri3|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3045|Elements (75,22) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name|

21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3099|Element 140 - quad4/tri3|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3071|Elements (11,6,27,125)|6 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3031|Elements (80,155,32,128)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3093|Elements (118,155,58)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en.

3056|Rigidity| $|| 3061|Elements (115,54) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3089|Elements (19,29) - q4/t3,q8/t6|8 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3091|Element 56 - quad8/tri6|7 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3100|Elements(81,34)-q4/5/t3/4,q8/t6|7 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity|

$|| 3101|Element 60 - quad8/tri6|7 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3102|Elements (151,153)-q4/t3,q8/t6|22 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3033|Thickness Direction 2D| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3040|Loading Path| 3041|Yield Pressure| 3042|Tensile Modulus| 3043|Transverse Shear Modulus| 3044|Initial Gap| 3045|Unloading Path 1| 3046|Unloading Path 2| 3047|Unloading Path 3| 3048|Unloading Path 4| 3049|Unloading Path 5| 3050|Unloading Path 6| 3051|Unloading Path 7| 3052|Unloading Path 8| 3053|Unloading Path 9| 3054|Unloading Path 10| 3056|Rigidity| 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| $|| 3103|Elements (91,93) - q4,q8/9|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3072|Elements (3,26,124)|6

3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3062|Elements (114,53) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3069|Elements (10,2,28,126)|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3030|Elements (82,156,33,129)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3092|Elements (119,156,59)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt

en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3082|Elements (83,66) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3059|Elements (116,55) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3080|Elements (20,67) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3109|Elements (152,154)-q4/t3,q8/t6|22 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3033|Thickness Direction 2D| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3040|Loading Path| 3041|Yield Pressure| 3042|Tensile Modulus| 3043|Transverse Shear Modulus| 3044|Initial Gap| 3045|Unloading Path 1| 3046|Unloading Path 2| 3047|Unloading Path 3|

3048|Unloading Path 4| 3049|Unloading Path 5| 3050|Unloading Path 6| 3051|Unloading Path 7| 3052|Unloading Path 8| 3053|Unloading Path 9| 3054|Unloading Path 10| 3056|Rigidity| 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| $|| 3104|Element 62 - quad8/tri6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3105|Element 63 - quad8/tri6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3106|Element 73 - quad8/tri6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3107|Element 74 - quad8/tri6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3108|Elements (95,96) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name|

21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3110|Elements (92,94) - q4,q8/9|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3051|Elements (18,30) - q4/t3,q8|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3066|Element 68 - quad4|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3121|Dummy for 2D Rigid Elements|1 38|Contact Lbc Name| $|| 3132|Rebar Elements (147, 148)|4 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area of the rebar or select a s patial filed with the icon to the right. 3055|Spacing| 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle of the rebar relative to the pr ojection of the reference angle on the rebar layer. Or select a spatial field f rom the icon to the right. $|| 3074|Elements (7,134,21,127)|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3035|Elements (84,157,35,130)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord

inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3094|Elements (120,157,61,130)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3064|Elements (117,134,57,127)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3008|Elements (7,21) - wedge6/15|6 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3022|Tied Shell Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3007|Element 57 - wedge/15|5 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3022|Tied Shell Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3095|Elements(149,150)-h8/w6,h20/w15|22 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3034|Thickness Direction 3D| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3040|Loading Path 3041|Yield Pressure

3042|Tensile Modulus 3043|Transverse Shear Modulus 3044|Initial Gap 3045|Unloading Path 1 3046|Unloading Path 2 3047|Unloading Path 3 3048|Unloading Path 4 3049|Unloading Path 5 3050|Unloading Path 6 3051|Unloading Path 7 3052|Unloading Path 8 3053|Unloading Path 9 3054|Unloading Path 10 3056|Rigidity| 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| $|| 3096|Elements (107,108) - h8,h20/27|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3201|Solid Shell (185-hex8)|5 13|Material Name| 3079|Transition Thickness| 3080|Transverse Shear Factor| 3081|Constant Temperature| 3056|Rigidity|Only applicable to coupled analysis. $|| 3152|Interface Elements (190, 191)|3 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| $|| 3153|Interface Elements (186, 187)|4 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness| $|| 3154|Interface Elements (186, 187)|4 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness| $|| 3155|Elements (188, 189, 192, 193)|3 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| ANALYSIS CODE/TYPE|| MSC.Marc|Thermal| 20|2| PROPERTY WORDS|| $Word ID|Property Word|Description 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area or select a spatial field

with the icon. 9|Emissivity|Enter the emissivity or select a spatial field with the icon. 13|Material Name|Select a predefined material from the material icon to the righ t the data box. 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle or select a spatial field with the icon. 21|Orientation System|Enter the coordinate ID of the orientation system. 34|Stefan-Boltz Constant|Enter the Stefan-Boltzman constant or select a spatial field with the icon. 36|Thickness|Enter the thickness or select a spatial field with the icon. 3001|Abs Temp Conversion|Enter the absolute temperature conversion factor (degre es Rankine = 459.7 + degrees Fahrenheit or, degrees Kelvin = 273.15 + degrees ce ntigrade), or select a spatial field with the icon. 3011|Film Coefficient|Enter the film coefficient or select a spatial field with the icon. 3035|DOF at Node|Select the DOF at the node from the dropdown to the right. 3036|DOF at Node 1|Select the DOF at Node 1 from the dropdown to the right. 3037|DOF at Node 2|Select the DOF at Node 2 from the dropdown to the right. 3039|Thermal Conduction|Enter the thermal conduction of the link or select a spa tial field with the icon. 3057|Stiffness Type|Supply either a direct stiffness vs. deflection or a force v s. deflection field based on this setting. 3058|Damping Type|Supply either a direct damping coefficient vs. velocity or a f orce vs. velocity field based on this setting. 3059|Thermal Conduction Type|Supply either a direct conduction vs. temperature o r a flux vs. temperature field based on this setting. 3060|Thermal Formulation Options|Select "Constant Temperature" from the dropdown if the temperature is constant. 4304|Interface Integration Scheme|Select the value of the Integration Scheme wit h the dropdown. 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme|Select the value of the Stiffness Matrix Scheme wit h the dropdown. $|| SETS AND WORDS|| $Set ID|Set Name|Number of Words 3127|Damper/Spring (Thermal 0D)|3 3035|DOF at Node| 3057|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| $|| 3049|Elements (36,65)- bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| $|| 3013|Elements (36,65) - bar2/3|6 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 9|Emissivity| 34|Stefan-Boltz Constant| 3001|Abs Temp Conversion| 3011|Film Coefficient| $|| 3047|Elements (88,87) - bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| $|| 3057|Elements (88,87) - bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| $||

3038|Elements (88,87) - bar2/3|1 13|Material Name| $|| 3040|Elements (88,87) - bar2/3|1 13|Material Name| $|| 3128|Damper/Spring (Thermal 1D)|4 3036|DOF at Node 1| 3037|DOF at Node 2| 3057|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| $|| 3048|Elements (85,50,86)-q4,t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3058|Elements (85,50,86)-q4,t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3039|Elements (85,50,86)-q4,t3,q8/t6|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3041|Elements (85,50,86)-q4,t3,q8/t6|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3073|Elements (39,37,41,131)|4 13|Material Name|

36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3063|Elements (121,69) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3134|Elements (177,179)-q4/t3,q8/t6|5 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3033|Thickness Direction| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3111|Elements (101,103) - q4,q8/9|4 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3070|Elements (40,38,42,132)|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3060|Elements (122,70) - q4/t3,q8/t6|3 13|Material Name|

21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3135|Elements (178,180)-q4/t3,q8/t6|5 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3033|Thickness Direction| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3112|Elements (102,104) - q4,q8/9|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. $|| 3067|Elements (43,135,44,133)|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. $|| 3065|Elements (123,135,71,133)|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. $|| 3097|Elements (105,106) - h8,h20/27|3 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. $||

3133|Elements(175,176)-h8/w6,h20/w15|5 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3033|Thickness Direction| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. $|| 3156|Interface Elements (224, 225)|3 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| $|| 3157|Interface Elements (220, 221)|4 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness| $|| 3158|Elements (222, 223, 226, 227)|3 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| ANALYSIS CODE/TYPE|| MSC.Marc|Coupled| 20|5| PROPERTY WORDS|| $Word ID|Property Word|Description 1|Cross-Sectional Area|Enter the cross-sectional area or select a spatial field with the icon. 4|Closure Direction|Enter the closure direction vector or select a spatial field with the icon. 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 6|XZ Plane Definition|Enter the vector defining the XZ plane or select a spatial field with the icon. 7|Dof at Node 1|Select the DOF at Node 1 from the dropdown to the right. 8|Dof at Node 2|Select the DOF at Node 2 from the dropdown to the right. 9|Emissivity|Enter the emissivity or select a spatial field with the icon. 10|Izz (K factor)|Enter the moment of inertia about z (K factor) or select a spa tial field with the icon. 11|Ixx|Enter the moment of inertia about x or select a spatial field with the ic on. 12|Iyy|Enter the moment of inertia about y or select a spatial field with the ic on. 13|Material Name|Select a predefined material from the material icon to the righ t the data box. 14|Transl Inertia, X|Enter the translational inertia in x or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 15|Transl Inertia, Y|Enter the translational inertia in y or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 13|Transl Inertia, Z|Enter the translational inertia in z or select a spatial fi eld with the icon. 20|Orientation Angle|Enter the orientation angle or select a spatial field with the icon. 21|Orientation System|Enter the coordinate ID of the orientation system. 23|Rotary Inertia, XX|Enter the rotary inertia in x or select a spatial field wi

th the icon. 24|Rotary Inertia, YY|Enter the rotary inertia in y or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 25|Rotary Inertia, ZZ|Enter the rotary inertia in z or select a spatial field wi th the icon. 27|Section Height|Enter the section height or select a spatial field with the ic on. 28|Section Radius (ave)|Enter the average section radius or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 29|Section Width|Enter the section width or select a spatial field with the icon . 30|Shear Area-x|Enter the shear area in x or select a spatial field with the ico n. 31|Shear Area-y|Enter the shear area in y or select a spatial field with the ico n. 34|Stefan-Boltz Constant|Enter the Stefan-Boltzman constant or select a spatial field with the icon. 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a spatial field with the icon. 36|Thickness|Enter the thickness or select a spatial field with the icon. 38|Contact Lbc Name| 39|Section Name|Enter the section name, select existing section using the icon, or use the create sections icon below to create a new section. 3001|Abs Temp Conversion|Enter the absolute temperature conversion factor (degre es Rankine = 459.7 + degrees Fahrenheit or, degrees Kelvin = 273.15 + degrees ce ntigrade), or select a spatial field with the icon. 3003|Branch Length|Enter the branch length for each branch separated by spaces i .e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3004|Closure Distance|Enter the closure distance or select a spatial field with the icon. 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin|Enter dx/ds at the beginning of each branch separated by spaces i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End|Enter dx/ds at the end of each branch separated by space s i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin|Enter dy/ds at the beginning of each branch separated by spaces i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End|Enter dy/ds at the end of each branch separated by space s i.e. "1 0 -1 0" 3011|Film Coefficient|Enter the film coefficient or select a spatial field with the icon. 3012|Friction Coefficient|Enter the friction coefficient or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 3013|Init Open or Closed|Select "Open" or "Closed" using the dropdown. 3015|K Normal (closed)|Enter the elastic stiffness of the closed gap in the gap direction, or select a spatial field with the icon. 3016|K Tangent (closed)|Enter the elastic stiffness of the closed, nonslipping g ap in the friction direction, or select a spatial field with the icon. 3017|Limiting Distance|Enter the limiting distance or select a spatial field wit h the icon. This is the minimum distance between the end points. 3018|Min or Max Limit Type|Select "MAXIMUM" or "MINIMUM" from the dropdown depen ding on whether the limiting distance is the maximum or minimum distance between the endpoints 3019|# Divisions ea Branch|Enter the number of divisions of each branch separate d by spaces i.e. "4 4 4 4" 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin|Enter the thickness at each branch beginning i.e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3021|Thkns @ Branch End|Enter the thickness at each branch end i.e. "0.1 0.2 0.1 0.1" 3022|Tied Shell Thickness|Enter the tied shell thickness. This is the transitio n thickness between shell and brick elements. 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch|Enter the x coordinate for the beginning of the first

branch. 3027|X @ Branch End|Enter the x coordinate for the end of each branch i.e. "0 0 -1 -1". 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch|Enter the y coordinate for the beginning of the first branch. 3029|Y @ Branch End|Enter the y coordinate for the end of each branch i.e. "0 0 -1 -1" 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation|Select the node which references the relative surface rotation. 3031|Thickness Change|Select the node which references the thickness change. 3032|Formulation Options|Select "Assumed Strain," "Constant Volume," or "Both" f rom the dropdown. 3035|DOF at Node|Select the DOF at the node from the dropdown to the right. 3036|DOF at Node 1|Select the DOF at Node 1 from the dropdown to the right. 3037|DOF at Node 2|Select the DOF at Node 2 from the dropdown to the right. 3038|Initial Force|Enter the initial force in the spring or select a spatial fie ld with the icon. 3039|Thermal Conduction|Enter the thermal conduction or select a spatial field w ith the icon. 3056|Rigidity|Select "Rigid" from the dropdown if this property set is to be def ined as rigid. 3057|Stiffness Type|Supply either a direct stiffness vs. deflection or a force v s. deflection field based on this setting. 3058|Damping Type|Supply either a direct damping coefficient vs. velocity or a f orce vs. velocity field based on this setting. 3059|Thermal Conduction Type|Supply either a direct conduction vs. temperature o r a flux vs. temperature field based on this setting. 3060|Thermal Formulation Options|Select "Constant Temperature" from the dropdown if the temperature is constant. 3061|Contact Beam Radius|Enter the contact beam radius or select a spatial field with the icon. 3079|Transition Thickness|If the automatic brick to shell constraints are to be used, this must be defined in which case attached shell elements must exist in t he model. 3080|Transverse Shear Factor|When this element refers to a non-composite materia l, enter a factor between 0 and 1 to scale the transverse shear modulus (the com mon value for isotropic material is 5/6) 3081|Constant Temperature|Leave blank unless constant temperature is to be set. 4304|Interface Integration Scheme|Select the value of the Integration Scheme wit h the dropdown. 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme|Select the value of the Stiffness Matrix Scheme wit h the dropdown. $|| SETS AND WORDS|| $Set ID|Set Name|Number of Words 3050|Mass - (MASS)|6 14|Transl Inertia, X| 15|Transl Inertia, Y| 16|Transl Inertia, Z| 23|Rotary Inertia, XX| 24|Rotary Inertia, YY| 25|Rotary Inertia, ZZ| $|| 3125|Damper/Spring (0D)|8 3035|DOF at Node| 3057|Stiffness Type| 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a non-spatial field with the icon.| 3058|Damping Type| 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a non-spatial fiel d with the icon.|

3038|Initial Force| 3059|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| $|| 3026|Element 98 - bar2|6 13|Material Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3024|Element 98 - bar2|16 13|Material Name 6|XZ Plane Definition 3019|# Divisions ea Branch 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin 3027|X @ Branch End 3029|Y @ Branch End 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End 3021|Thkns @ Branch End 3003|Branch Length 3056|Rigidity 3061|Contact Beam Radius| $|| 3049|Elements (36,65)- bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| $|| 3013|Elements (36,65) - bar2/3|6 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 9|Emissivity| 34|Stefan-Boltz Constant| 3001|Abs Temp Conversion| 3011|Film Coefficient| $|| 3078|Elements (9,64) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3068|Spring - (SPRING)|4 7|Dof at Node 1| 8|Dof at Node 2| 35|Stiffness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3019|Damper - (SPRING)|4 7|Dof at Node 1| 8|Dof at Node 2| 5|Damping Coefficient| 3056|Rigidity|

$|| 3029|Element 12 - bar2|6 3013|Init Open or Closed| 3004|Closure Distance| 3012|Friction Coefficient| 3015|K Normal (closed)| 3016|K Tangent (closed)| 4|Closure Direction| $|| 3079|Element 12 - bar2|6 3013|Init Open or Closed| 3017|Limiting Distance| 3018|Min or Max Limit Type| 3012|Friction Coefficient| 3015|K Normal (closed)| 3016|K Tangent (closed)| $|| 3009|Elements (1,89) - bar2/3|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3116|Element 15 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3037|Elements (1,89) - bar2/3|2 13|Material Name| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3118|Element 15 - bar2|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3086|Elements (5,45) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3083|Elements (5,45) - bar2/3|4 13|Material Name| 27|Section Height| 29|Section Width| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3120|Dummy for 1D Rigid Elements|1 38|Contact Lbc Name| $|| 3126|Damper/Spring (1D)|10 3036|DOF at Node 1| 3037|DOF at Node 2| 3057|Stiffness Type| 35|Stiffness|Enter the stiffness or select a non-spatial field with the icon.| 3058|Damping Type| 5|Damping Coefficient|Enter the damping coefficient or select a non-spatial fiel d with the icon.| 3038|Initial Force|

3059|Thermal Conduction Type| 3039|Thermal Conduction| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3122|Standard Straight Beam|23 13|Material Name| 39|Section Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy 10|Izz (K factor) 3019|# Divisions ea Branch 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin 3027|X @ Branch End 3029|Y @ Branch End 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End 3021|Thkns @ Branch End 3003|Branch Length 3061|Contact Beam Radius| 3056|Rigidity $|| 3123|General Straight Beam|23 13|Material Name| 39|Section Name| 6|XZ Plane Definition| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x| 31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy| 10|Izz (K factor)| 3019|# Divisions ea Branch| 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch| 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch| 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin| 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin| 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin| 3027|X @ Branch End| 3029|Y @ Branch End| 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End| 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End| 3021|Thkns @ Branch End| 3003|Branch Length| 3061|Contact Beam Radius| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3124|Curved Beam|23 13|Material Name| 39|Section Name| 28|Section Radius (ave)| 1|Cross-Sectional Area| 30|Shear Area-x|

31|Shear Area-y| 11|Ixx| 12|Iyy 10|Izz (K factor) 3019|# Divisions ea Branch 3026|X @ Begin 1st Branch 3028|Y @ Begin 1st Branch 3006|dx/ds @ Branch Begin 3008|dy/ds @ Branch Begin 3020|Thkns @ Branch Begin 3027|X @ Branch End 3029|Y @ Branch End 3007|dx/ds @ Branch End 3009|dy/ds @ Branch End 3021|Thkns @ Branch End 3003|Branch Length 3061|Contact Beam Radius| 3056|Rigidity $|| 3077|Elements (139,138,72,49)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3044|Elements (139,138,72,49)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3075|Elements (75,22) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3098|Element 140 - quad4/tri3|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness|

21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3045|Elements (75,22) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3099|Element 140 - quad4/tri3|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3071|Elements (11,6,27,125)|6 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3031|Elements (80,155,32,128)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity|

$|| 3093|Elements (118,155,58)|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3061|Elements (115,54) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3089|Elements (19,29) - q4/t3,q8/t6|8 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3091|Element 56 - quad8/tri6|7 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3100|Elements(81,34)-q4/5/t3/4,q8/t6|7 13|Material Name|

36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3101|Element 60 - quad8/tri6|7 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3031|Thickness Change| 3030|Rel. Surface Rotation| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3103|Elements (91,93) - q4,q8/9|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3072|Elements (3,26,124)|6 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3062|Elements (114,53) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3

rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3069|Elements (10,2,28,126)|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3030|Elements (82,156,33,129)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3092|Elements (119,156,59)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3082|Elements (83,66) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3059|Elements (116,55) - q4/t3,q8/t6|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re

ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3080|Elements (20,67) - q4/t3,q8/t6|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3110|Elements (92,94) - q4,q8/9|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction determined by intersection of xz(re ct), rz(cyl), or rt(sph) plane of selected system with element tangent plane. 3 rd direction is element tangent plane normal. 2nd direction is cross product of 3rd and 1st. 20|Orientation Angle|1st and 2nd material directions are rotated about element t anget plane normal by the given angle. If no system selected, element 1-2 edge is assumed and written as such. If both are left blank, no orientation is writt en. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3051|Elements (18,30) - q4/t3,q8|3 13|Material Name| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3121|Dummy for 2D Rigid Elements|1 38|Contact Lbc Name| $|| 3074|Elements (7,134,21,127)|5 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3035|Elements (84,157,35,130)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate

d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3094|Elements (120,157,61,130)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3064|Elements (117,134,57,127)|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3008|Elements (7,21) - wedge6/15|6 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3022|Tied Shell Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3007|Element 57 - wedge/15|5 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3022|Tied Shell Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3096|Elements (107,108) - h8,h20/27|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3095|Elements(149,150)-h8/w6,h20/w15|22 3032|Formulation Options| 13|Material Name| 3034|Thickness Direction 3D|

21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3040|Loading Path 3041|Yield Pressure 3042|Tensile Modulus 3043|Transverse Shear Modulus 3044|Initial Gap 3045|Unloading Path 1 3046|Unloading Path 2 3047|Unloading Path 3 3048|Unloading Path 4 3049|Unloading Path 5 3050|Unloading Path 6 3051|Unloading Path 7 3052|Unloading Path 8 3053|Unloading Path 9 3054|Unloading Path 10 3056|Rigidity| 3060|Thermal Formulation Options| $|| 3096|Elements (107,108) - h8,h20/27|4 13|Material Name| 21|Orientation System|1st material direction is x(rect), or r(cyl/sph) axis of s elected system. 2nd and 3rd are other two axis yz(rect), tz(cyl), tp(sph), resp ectively. If no system selected, material direction defaults to elemental coord inate system. 20|Orientation Angle|Material directions are rotated about 3rd axis of designate d system by the angle amount given here. 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3201|Solid Shell (185-hex8)|5 13|Material Name| 3079|Transition Thickness| 3080|Transverse Shear Factor| 3081|Constant Temperature| 3056|Rigidity|Set to force elements to be rigid heat transfer elements only (Ele ment 175) $|| 3159|Interface Elements (190, 191)|4 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3160|Interface Elements (186, 187)|5 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity| $|| 3161|Interface Elements (186, 187)|5 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness|

3056|Rigidity| $|| 3162|Elements (188, 189, 192, 193)|4 13|Material Name| 4304|Interface Integration Scheme| 4305|Stiffness Matrix Scheme| 36|Thickness| 3056|Rigidity|

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