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    nnenda worgu
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    hello please how do i correct the moment results seeing that they are not zero at the end supports, is there something am doing wrong.

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    Hello,

     If you have used a hinged support or a user defined support
    with constraints in rotation, then the bending moment results are always zero
    in the associated mesh node. You can use the “Supports” tables (open, from the
    Menu bar, the Report generator > Table tab > Results > Forces >
    Supports) to check the support results. If you’re still having doubts regarding
    this subject, then please send us (on helpdesk.ad@graitec.com) the model in
    discussion and point also where the problem occurs.

    Regards.

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