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47 47  == StruXML ==
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50 -[[⭳ **Download struxml schema**>>https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tvHaijL-5PrE6HuR4r6YjKcREs6YZcc5/view?usp=sharing]]
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55 +|(% style="width:261px" %)StruXML Schema|(% style="width:1216px" %)[[⭳ **Download **>>https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tvHaijL-5PrE6HuR4r6YjKcREs6YZcc5/view?usp=sharing]]
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53 53  Struxml contains the objects and loads of the model. FEM-Design is able to both read and export models to struxml file format. Go to "File/Save as..." and choose struxml as the format. Go to "File/Open" to open the struxml file or just drag it into the FEM-Design window. StruXML is also the format used in exchange models between Revit / Tekla and FEM-Design.
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