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To Select Output Options for a Dynamic Frequency Analysis
Use this procedure if you are creating a dynamic frequency analysis.
1. Click the Output tab on the analysis dialog box.
2. Select the quantities that you want calculated
3. Select an option for specifying the Output Steps for which you want results—Automatic steps within range or User-defined output steps.
If you select User-defined output steps, different items appear on the tab. Skip to steps 5 through 8.
4. If you selected Automatic steps within range, you can specify a Frequency Range over which you want results reported for your analysis:
Specify the minimum frequency of excitation for the frequency range. You can select Automatic to use the default maximum frequency or User-defined to specify a different maximum frequency.
* If you selected Automatic steps within range, go to Step 9.
5. Type a value for Number of master steps in the frequency range at which you want results reported. The specified number of rows is displayed in the list of master steps.
6. Use the default values for each frequency step to specify the difference between steps or click the User-defined steps button to specify values.
If you click User-defined steps, you can use the Space Equally button to evenly space the steps.
7. Select the check boxes next to the steps for which you want to compute and save full results.
You can also select to calculate full results at all steps or select to turn off full results for all steps.
8. Select a non zero number for Measures output steps per master step.
9. Select the Include frequency steps from table function check box if you want to ensure that the solution includes all steps in the table input function, and not just those that are automatically selected.
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