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123 123  == Diaphragm calculation ==
124 124  
125 -If at least one diaphragm is defined in the stucture, the user can choose one of the following diaphragm calculation options:
125 +If at least one diaphragm is defined in the structure, the user can choose one of the following diaphragm calculation options:
126 126  
127 127  * None
128 128  * Rigid membrane
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595 595  [[image:1585566123852-913.png]]
596 596  Figure: Imperfection calculation by load combination
597 597  \\For the automatic imperfection calculation you got the buckling shape of the structure with real size in real dimension. Critical parameter assigned to a buckling shape is also available with the following meaning:
598 -\\ //critical parameter = critical buckling force/actual load//
598 +\\ //critical parameter = critical buckling force/actual load//
599 599  \\or in other words:
600 600  if the critical parameter is bigger than 1, the structure or a part of it is sufficient to perform the stability analysis; if it is smaller it is not.
601 601  If the critical parameters differ a lot between the buckling lengths, the first buckling shape is the critical. If the critical parameter values are close to each other, it is your decision what structural part you check by its shape.
602 602  \\The factor defines the real imperfect shape, so:
603 -\\\\ //imperfect shape in real dimension = factor * buckling shape//
603 +\\\\ //imperfect shape in real dimension = factor * buckling shape//
604 604  \\[[image:1585566211268-838.png]]
605 605  Figure: Automatic imperfect shape calculation
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