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  1. Hello Rahul,


    Please, see the attached pictures.


    Please can you explain how you put SPCD and SPC into the same load collector. 

    In addition to fixed boundary condition on one edge, I applied three different displacement boundary conditions, one at each node on my model. When I ran the analysis, I realized that the result is not giving the aggregate effect of all the displacements. Rather, it gives the analysis for each displacement boundary condition as each subcase. I am thinking that if I can place all the enforced displacements in one load collector (spc), then I can use one load step (SPC) for all of them. With that approach, I am thinking I could get the aggregate effects in my analysis. Please, what are you thoughts on how to go about it? Thank you.