12.1 Overview

Files for results are organized as follows.

Files with a type nodeout have superordinate output sections for every point in time defined for output in the *STEP-section of input-files. Every node has a line within every output section with data for coordinates, values for nodal degrees of freedom and internal nodal forces. Types of nodal degrees of freedom an nodal forces depend on the element type, i.e. are different for, e.g., beam elements and plate elements.

Files with a type elemout also have superordinate output sections for point in time defined for output in the *STEP-section of input-files. Subsections correspond to every element. Every element integration point has a line within every element subsection with data for coordinates and further values like, e.g. generalized strains and stresses and further values depending on the element and material type.

Files with a type timeout have a line for all computed time increment with values of every nodal degree of freedom as is defined in a file of type opt.

Further details remain to be added.