# sel hybrid history command

Syntax

sel hybrid history keyword <range>

Sample hybrid bolt responses. If a hybrid bolt is created using the sel hybrid create command, then the nodes of each element so created will be ordered such that the overall bolt direction goes from the first point to the second point (i.e., the nodal connectivity of each element will be ordered such that the direction from end-1 to end-2 corresponds with the direction from the begin point to the end point).

axial-displacement [hybridhistoryoptions]
axial-strain [hybridhistoryoptions]
cable-state [hybridhistoryoptions]

Get tensile yield state of the element. Value {0, 1, 2} denotes never yielded, now yielding, or yielded in the past, respectively.

dowel-displacement [hybridhistoryoptions]
dowel-force [hybridhistoryoptions]
dowel-state [hybridhistoryoptions]
dowel-strain [hybridhistoryoptions]
force [hybridhistoryoptions]

Get average axial force in the element (positive: tension; negative: compression).

grout-slip [hybridhistoryoptions]

Get slip in grout (shear coupling spring) at end of the element. Sign convention is +/- with respect to the average axial direction of hybrid.

grout-stress [hybridhistoryoptions]

Get stress in grout (shear coupling spring) at end of the element. Sign convention is +/- with respect to the average axial direction of hybrid.

stress [hybridhistoryoptions]

Get axial stress in the element (positive: tension; negative: compression).

sel hybrid history Keyword Block

One (only) of the following four identifiers must be supplied to indicate the hybrid element whose history is to be taken, where the history will be one of: axial-displacement, axial-strain, cable-state, dowel-displacement, dowel-force, dowel-state, dowel-strain, force, grout-slip, grout-stress and stress.

position v

The particular element is identified by (v) coordinates (the nearest element is taken). If this keyword is used, element-id, node-id, and dowel-id should not be used.

dowel-id i

The particular element is identified by the dowel ID of an associated dowel. If this keyword is used, position, element-id, and node-id should not be used.

element-id i

The particular element is identified by the element ID number. If this keyword is used, position, dowel-id, and node-id should not be used.

node-id i

The particular element is identified by the node ID of one of its associated nodes. If this keyword is used, position, dowel-id, and element-id should not be used.