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34 34  The top element is called the root element, in the example below it is the ##<database>## element (marked in red). The elements below the database element is called child elements, for example the ##<entities>## element (marked in green). The ##<bar>## element (marked in blue) is a child to ##<entities>## and thus a grand child to the ##<database>## element, and so on.
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41 41  An element can have an attribute. This information is found inside the tag, an example of this is marked in red in the picture below. It can also have a text value which is found between the tags, marked in yellow.
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47 47  There are two different types of XML files in FEM-Design: struxml and fdscript.
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84 84  The bridge is modeled with shell elements and the geometry is very complex with different thickness and angles of the shells. This is almost impossible to modell by hand so instead it is generated with the API. The geometry is defined as a nodal list with different thicknesses.
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92 92  Customer: Norconsult AS
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96 -(% class="small" %)Disclaimer: All example files, wrappers and documentation are for illustrative and educational purposes and may not interact with FEM-Design in a reliable way depending on your version, installation and content of the files. Furthermore, StruSoft won´t guarantee a full support of the API functions since they are customizable for every customer.
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97 +(% class="small" %)Disclaimer: All example files, wrappers and documentation are for illustrative and educational purposes and may not interact with FEM-Design in a reliable way depending on your version, installation and content of the files. Furthermore, StruSoft won´t guarantee full support of the API functions since they are customizable by the customer.
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