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128 128  == Root element ==
129 129  
130 130  (% style="text-align: justify;" %)
131 -The StruXML code contains a document element (root element) called database. This element contains all other elements that define the model. Elements that are contained within another element are usually called child elements or children.
131 +The StruXML model contains a document element (root element) called database. This element contains all other elements that define the model. Elements that are contained within another element are usually called child elements or children.
132 132  
133 133  {{code language="xml"}}
134 134  <database struxml_version="01.00.000" source_software="FEM-Design 19.00.001" start_time="1970-01-01T00:00:00.000" end_time="2020-02-10T14:16:29.000" guid="e211356e-5f99-4a37-a005-d6c326834e45" convertid="00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000" standard="EC" country="S" xmlns="urn:strusoft">
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146 146  
147 147  == Bar ==
148 148  
149 -The first model element in the StruXML code is a bar named B.1. This element is contained within the entities element and is therefore a child of the parent element entities. This bar element contains a another element called bar_part which contains most of the information about the bar such as material, section, geometry (curve) and much more. The material and section are just references to other elements within the StruXML code. These references are guid references. A guid is what is called a globally unique identifier.
149 +The first element in the StruXML model is a bar named B.1. This element is contained within the entities element and is therefore a child of the parent element entities. This bar element contains a another element called bar_part which contains most of the information about the bar such as material, section, geometry (curve) and much more. The material and section are just references to other elements within the StruXML code. These references are guid references. A guid is what is called a globally unique identifier.
150 150  
151 151  {{code language="xml"}}
152 152  <bar name="B.1" type="beam" guid="72f97ae8-dae3-4106-a86d-c6e9485c0354" last_change="2020-02-10T14:16:29.000" action="added">
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172 172  
173 173  == Point supports ==
174 174  
175 -After the bar element we can find a StruXML element called supports that contain the point supports of the model. These point supports are named S.1 and S.2. We can read out where they are placed by looking at the position element. Moreover, we can inspect the motion and rotation springs of the point supports. It is possible to identify that S.2 has the motion spring in positive and negative x-direction set to 0.
175 +After the bar element we can find an element called supports that contain the point supports of the model. These point supports are named S.1 and S.2. We can read out where they are placed by looking at the position element. Moreover, we can inspect the motion and rotation springs of the point supports. It is possible to identify that S.2 has the motion spring in positive and negative x-direction set to 0.
176 176  
177 177  {{code language="xml"}}
178 178  <supports>
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203 203  
204 204  == Sections ==
205 205  
206 -The sections element contains all referenced sections of a model. In the StruXML code we can find the complex_section that is referenced by the bar_part as well as the base section which is referenced by this complex_section. A complex_section is simply a definition of the start and end section of a bar. In this specific case the complex_section references the base section two times as the bar star and end section is the same.
206 +The sections element contains all referenced sections of a model. In the StruXML model we can find the complex_section that is referenced by the bar_part as well as the base section which is referenced by this complex_section. A complex_section is simply a definition of the start and end section of a bar. In this specific case the complex_section references the base section two times as the bar star and end section is the same. The base section referenced is named  Concrete sections, Rectangle, 200x500.
207 207  
208 208  {{code language="xml"}}
209 209  <sections>
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