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steve ladner 15th March 2011 05:49 PM

Weird Units
 
Hi all

Not sure if I am going mad but doing column calcs in Superbeam today (first time I've done columns for a while) and I'm getting units of "KIP-IN" appearing.

Everything else is metric so why these antiquated things.

Any thoughts gratefully received.

Tony Bryer 15th March 2011 07:08 PM

Re: Weird Units
 
Known issue: kip-in is a USA unit (kip is a kilopound) - this will be fixed in the next release. The calculations are correct, it's just the unit is given incorrectly

steve ladner 19th March 2011 02:34 PM

Re: Weird Units
 
Thanks Tony

I remember seeing them in a uni text book long ago

Tony Bryer 2nd May 2011 08:00 AM

Re: Weird Units
 
This is now fixed in SuperBeam 4.57e and ProSteel 5.41e just released and available as an update via the Miscellaneous, Check for Updates option in each program.


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