is Concrete02 or Concrete03 supported in the reliability model?

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zieadm
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is Concrete02 or Concrete03 supported in the reliability model?

Post by zieadm » Fri Apr 24, 2020 11:20 am

Hello all,
i would like to inquire if concrete02 and concrete03 uniaxial material models can be used in reliability domain or they are not supported?
i managed to perform reliability analysis using concrete01 but i am not sure if the reliability domain is supporting concrete02 and concrete03 or not.
Thank you

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Re: is Concrete02 or Concrete03 supported in the reliability model?

Post by mhscott » Tue May 19, 2020 10:11 am

They are not supported for DDM computations of the gradient, but they should work with finite differences.

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Re: is Concrete02 or Concrete03 supported in the reliability model?

Post by zieadm » Thu May 28, 2020 8:42 am

the problem is that when i try to parameterise the material properties for concrete02 or concrete03 this error appears, "Parameter::addComponent 4 -- no objects were able to identify parameter material 1 fc". It should be noted that it works fine for concrete01.

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