Fx/Fx',
Fy/Fy',
Fz/Fz'

Type values of the forces in corresponding global
directions or inclined axis (') directions when the
Inclined Load? option is checked. A negative
sign () may be used.

Mx/Mx',
My/My',
Mz/Mz'

Type values of the moments about the corresponding
global directions or inclined axis (') directions when the
Inclined Load? option is checked. A negative
sign () may be used.

Inclined Load?

Check this option to specify the load along an inclined
coordinate system. An inclined coordinate system is defined by an X' axis that
pass from the loaded joint through a reference point. That reference point can
be defined either a reference node, a set of absolute (global) coordinates, or
a set of relative distances from the loaded joint.
Note: When this option is checked, the load vector labels are
updated to reflect the inclined (') vector.

Inclination

Select the option used to define the inclined coordinate system.
 Reference
Node  select an existing node number from the model. The global
coordinates of that node are displayed as readonly.
 Absolute  type
the global coordinates of an arbitrary point to use as the reference.
 Relative  type
relative distances from the loaded joint to the reference point. These
distances are measured along the global axes.
The reference point
â€“whether it is specified using absolute coordinates, relative distances, or a
reference jointâ€“ defines the direction of the x' axes from the loaded node to
the reference point. The direction of the Y' axes is then defined as the
direction perpendicular to x' that lies in the plane of X' and Y. In the
special case of when X' is in the direction of Y, Y' is taken to be the
direction of Z. The direction of Z' is then defined as the direction
perpendicular to the plane X' and Y' and follows the righthand rule as for all
other axes systems used in
STAAD.Pro.
