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Element Types

Node numbering of the elements and the type numbers used in the Result Format (frd-file). The solvers might use different node-numbering rules.


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\put(0,0){\epsfig{file=be2.eps,width=9cm} }
\put(100,0){
2 node beam element (be2, type 11) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,360){\epsfig{file=be3.eps,width=9cm} }
\...
...th=10cm} }
\put(100,0){
3 node shell element (tr3, tr3u, type 7) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,360){\epsfig{file=tr6.eps,width=10cm} }
...
...ps,width=10cm} }
\put(100,0){
4 node shell element (qu4, type 9) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,360){\epsfig{file=qu8.eps,width=10cm} }
...
...e=te4.eps,width=10cm} }
\put(100,0){
4 node tet element (type 3) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,310){\epsfig{file=te10.eps,width=10cm} }...
...ps,width=10cm} }
\put(100,0){
8 node brick element (he8, type 1) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,360){\epsfig{file=he20.eps,width=10cm} }...
...eps,width=6cm} }
\put(100,0){
6 node penta element (pe6, type 2) }
\end{picture}


\begin{picture}(90,180)(0,330)
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\put(0,360){\epsfig{file=pe15.eps,width=6cm} }
\put(100,330){
15 node penta element (pe15, type 5) }
\end{picture}



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