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Displacements Result Table


  • Check the nodal displacements of the analysis results in a spreadsheet format table.
  • Table Tool in midas Civil offers a variety of powerful built-in functions. Refer to Usage of Table Tool for detail directions:



From the main menu, select [Results] tab > [Type : Analysis result] > [Table] group > [Result Tables] > [Displacements]



Refer to "Displacement Contour"

Upon executing the Displacements Table function, Records Activation Dialog prompts. Click OK after selecting the output entities such as nodes or elements, loading conditions, construction stages, etc.

NOTE.png Refer to Results Table of "Usage of Table Tool" for the usage of Records Activation Dialog.

There are 3 ways to check the displacement results, Accumulative displacement, Current step displacement and Real Displacement (accumulated tangential displacement). Real Displacement is produced only when Initial Tangent Displacement for Erected Structures is checked on in Construction Stage Analysis Control Data with Include Nonlinear Analysis checked off in Analysis Option. Nonlinear Analysis automatically provides Real Displacement results.


When checking displacement results, you can choose among Accumulative displacement, Current step displacement, and Real Displacement to be displayed.

Refer to the usage of Table Tool to examine the following data.


Node : Node number

Load : Unit load case/combination

Stage : Construction stage

Step : Sub-stage

DX : Displacement component in GCS X-direction

DY : Displacement component in GCS Y-direction

DZ : Displacement component in GCS Z-direction

RX : Rotational component about GCS X-axis

RY : Rotational component about GCS Y-axis

RZ : Rotational component about GCS Z-axis

NOTE.png The Stage and Step columns in the Analysis Result Table are produced for a construction stage analysis or Hydration Heat Analysis. The Step column is produced also for a geometric nonlinear analysis and material nonlinear analysis.

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