However, the interface cannot run with the included (limited) tcl (/lib) folder in OpenSees installation.
It needs the full ActiveTCL v8.6 installation instead.
If the full version of tcl is installed, the lib folder should be deleted.
I suggest that it would be better, in the next release :
https://opensees.berkeley.edu/OpenSees/ ... wnload.php
to offer two distinct files, one for the OpenSees executable itself, and another for the limited tcl files (/lib).
A link for the full ActiveTCL v8.6 would be also welcome, just like in order versions.
The installation file for GiD+OpenSees v.2.7.0 states that the program is developed for the previous version of OpenSees, i.e. OpenSees3.1.0.
Could this be the problem?
Do you have any experience with GiD+OpenSees v.2.7.0 together with OpenSees3.2.0?
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N5z60p ... sp=sharing
Please, see the above picture. I have marked the "2D" sign with an arrow sign. How can I change that into "3D"?
I hope this message finds you well. I am an undergraduate student. I have been trying to learn GiD Opensees for the last four months. I have watched some of your tutorial videos & tried to analyze those problems on GiD. But each & every time, a pop-out shows "Analysis has crushed" while analyzing the situation. In one of yours youtube video, you replied to a comment about solving the problem by saying "Its probably because the target displacement is too large and the analysis cannot converge up to that point. Have you checked your pushover curve first ?" Can you please elaborate on this reply? How can I check my pushover curve first?
I have also tried to analyze a 3D problem. But it does not create nodal coordinate in 3D. Though it should transform from 2D to 3D automatically, it's not working.
Please help me. I am very much interested in learning this interface. & I have found no one to help me in this regard. Please help.