LoadUniform Properties

The LoadUniform type exposes the following members.

Public propertyAutomaticPrimaryAxisWeight
The automatic primary axis weight.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyBoundingBoxDx
The dimension of the bounding box in the X direction.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyBoundingBoxDy
The dimension of the bounding box in the Y direction.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyBoundingBoxDz
The dimension of the bounding box in the Z direction.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyCreateFixedSupportConditionsAutomatically
Indicates whether fixed support conditions are created automatically.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyDistanceA
The distance a (for enlarging or reducing the loaded area).
Public propertyFatherId
The identifier of the father object that the load is attached to.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyGroup
The load group object for the load.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyIdentifier
The identifier of the object.
(Inherited from Object.)
Public propertyIsUpToDate
Gets if the object does not have a modification which is not shared.
(Inherited from ModelObject.)
Public propertyLoadAttachment
The load attachment.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyLoadDispersionAngle
The load dispersion angle.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyModificationTime
Gets latest time of the object was modified or created.
(Inherited from ModelObject.)
Public propertyP1
The load magnitude vector. The values are given in the local coordinate system of the load (not in the current coordinate system).
Public propertyPartFilter
The part filter.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyPartNames
The part names.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyPolygon
The position points for the uniform load.
Public propertyPrimaryAxisDirection
The vector for the primary axis direction.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertySpanning
The load spanning.
(Inherited from Load.)
Public propertyWeight
The weight.
(Inherited from Load.)
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