Function

Check the internal forces and stresses of beam elements from the analysis results in a spreadsheet format table.

Table Tool in midas Civil offers a variety of powerful builtin functions. Refer to Usage of Table Tool for detail directions:
Call
From the main menu, select [Results] tab > [Type : Analysis result] > [Table] group > [Result Tables] > [Beam] > [Force & Stress]
From the main menu, select [Results] tab > [Type : Analysis result] > [Table] group > [Result Tables] > [Beam] > [Force]
From the main menu, select [Results] tab > [Type : Analysis result] > [Table] group > [Result Tables] > [Beam] > [Stress]
Input
Upon executing the Beam > Force & Stress Table function, Records Activation Dialog prompts. Click OK after selecting the output entities such as nodes or elements, loading conditions, construction stages, etc. In some cases, it may take a considerable amount of time.
Refer to Results Table of "Usage of Table Tool" for the usage of Records Activation Dialog.
If you check Beam Force, select Current Step Result to output the member force of the current stage.
Elem : Element number
Load : Unit load case/combination
Stage : Construction stage
Step : Substage
Beam Force
Part : Output position along the length of each element
Axial : Axial force
Shear  y : Shear force in the element's local ydirection
Shear  z : Shear force in the element's local zdirection
Torsion : Torsional moment about the element's local xaxis
Moment  y : Bending moment about the element's local yaxis
Moment  z : Bending moment about the element's local zaxis
BiMoment : Bimoment
TMoment : Twisting moment
WMoment : Warping Moment
Beam Stress
Part : Output position along the length of each element
Axial : Axial stress
Shear  y : Shear stress in the element's local ydirection
Shear  z : Shear stress in the element's local zdirection
Bend(+y) : Resulting stress on the ECS (+) yaxis side due to the bending moment (Mz)
Bend(y) : Resulting stress on the ECS () yaxis side due to the bending moment (Mz)
Bend(+z) : Resulting stress on the ECS (+) zaxis side due to the bending moment (My)
Bend(z) : Resulting stress on the ECS () zaxis side due to the bending moment (My)
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.
Cb(min/max) : Max. combined stress among the absolute values of Cb1, Cb2, Cb3 and Cb4
Cb1(y+z) : Axial+ Bend(y) + Bend(+z)
Cb2(+y+z) : Axial+ Bend(+y) + Bend(+z)
Cb3(+yz) : Axial+ Bend(+y) + Bend(z)
Cb4(yz) : Axial+ Bend(y) + Bend(z)
Beam Stress(7th DOF)
Part : Output position along the length of each element
Section Position : Warping stress position among Pos1, 2, 3, 4 and max
Sax(Warping) : Warping Normal Stress
Ssy(Mt) : Shear Stress due to Twisting Moment (τxy)
Ssy(Mw) : Shear Stress due to Warping Moment (τxy)
Ssz(Mt) : Shear Stress due to Twisting Moment (τxz)
Ssz(Mw) : Shear Stress due to Warping Moment (τxz)
Cb(Ssy) : Shear Stress due to “Transverse + Twisting Moment + Warping Moment”(τxy)
Cb(Ssz) : Shear Stress due to “Transverse + Twisting Moment + Warping Moment” (τxz)
View by Max Value Items
When maximum and minimum values occur for a force component in moving load analysis and support settlement analysis, other components of the member forces corresponding to the maximum or minimum values can be generated.
After generating a Force or Stress table, rightclick the mouse and select view by Max Value Item.
Items to Display : Select a member force component, which should become the basis of Min or Max value.
Load Cases to Display : Select load cases for moving load and support settlement load, or load combinations containing such load cases for generating a concurrent force table.
Component : member force component, which becomes the basis of producing concurrent forces
Since Result By Max Value [Beam Force] cannot be sorted, it is recommended that sorting be done to suit a desirable format before executing View by Max Value Item. If the output of concurrent forces for max and min values is required for moving load analysis, select Normal + Concurrent Force from the Main Menu>Analysis>Moving Load Analysis Control Data.