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| Product(s): | STAAD.Pro | |

| Version(s): | All | |

| Environment: | N/A | |

| Area: | Analysis Solutions | |

| Subarea: | Response Spectrum Analysis | |

| Original Author: | Bentley Technical Support Group | |

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This page contains Wikis related to the Response Spectrum Analysis.

- Should I specify Response Spectrum in ALL directions in the same load case
- In base shear what is considered as the base
- I added dead+live load as seismic mass. Do I need need to define these loads separately too ?
- When Specifying Damping, the Displacements and Forces Remain Same
- How Does Ground Acceleration Scale Factor Work
- How to Input the Missing Mass Correction Command
- Rayleigh Method Calculate Natural Frequency
- The natural frequencies obtained during a Response Spectrum Analysis do not match the values calculated using the CALCULATE RAYLEIGH FREQUENCY command
- Spectrum Load Case Joint Failing?
- Base Shear Does Not Match the Summation of Shears
- No Unsupported Masses Entered Error
- Is Design Ground Acceleration Correct
- Missing mass – How to Consider
- Multiple Floor Spectrum Generation Block Not Allowed
- [[Response spectrum analysis with compression only springs]]
- [[Why are beam graphs not displayed for response spectrum load cases in STAAD.Pro]]
- [[Can I use the results from a response spectrum analysis as is or do I have to generate the results on a mode by mode basis and then do a modal combination to generate the results?]]
- [[Are beam section forces reported by STAAD.Pro for a response spectrum load case accurate?]]
- IS:1893 (Part-I)-2002 Response Spectrum Philosophy
- [[How do I use the CUT OFF MODE command?]]
- [[Calculation of story drift for response spectrum load case]]
- [[Scale Factor (f4) value for Response Spectra]]
- [[How Multiplying factor Vb/VB is taken into consideration in STAAD for IS1893 2016 code?]]
- [[Do we need to add Static Seismic Load cases additionally while performing Response Spectrum Analysis using IS1893(Part-1)2016 code?]]
- [[Torsional provision Consideration in IS 1893 (Part-1) 2016 Response Spectrum Analysis]]
- [[Direction Factor (f1, f2 and f3) for Response Spectrum load case for IS 1893(Part-1)-2016]]
- [[Scale Factor (f4) value for Response Spectra]]