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Using a Frequency Curve from an Existing Library

To use a frequency curve from an existing library:

  1. In a load or restraint PropertyManager in a transient thermal or nonlinear study, under Variation with frequency, click Curve then click Edit.
  2. In the Frequency curve dialog box, click Get Curve.

    The Function Curves dialog box opens.

  3. Select the desired curve library file (*.cwcur). The existing curve data files are listed under Frequency curve.
  4. Under Curve Library, select the desired frequency curve.

    The curve data appears in the dialog box.

  5. If needed, modify the curve data then click OK.

    You will return to the Frequency Curve dialog box.

  6. Click OK.

    You return to the PropertyManager.



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