Added ability for Convert Motion utility to handle fixed format motions files with no value separator, such .smc files. Please select "Non-Delimited" check box and enter field width for acceleration data values (for example 10 for .smc acceleration motion files).
Version 18.104.22.168 [April 27, 2018]
Fixed an error that occurred when Target Spectra checkbox is selected and the project had only one input motion specified.
Version 22.214.171.124 [March 22, 2018]
An error in computing shear stress from shear strain in shear stress time history plot in the Output Manager has been corrected.
Version 126.96.36.199 [March 13, 2018]
Enhanced error handling added to Convert Motion File utility.
Version 188.8.131.52 [February 6, 2018]
Fixed an error that occurred when converting certain type of files in the Convert Motion File utility.
Version 184.108.40.206 [January 15, 2018]
The Convert Motion File utility to convert motions files not in ProShake 2.0 or *.at2 format used in the PEER NGA ground motion database has been enhanced to be more user friendly. Please see the user manual or help file for more information.
An error in the transfer function plots when Metric units were used has been corrected.
Version 220.127.116.11 [December 16, 2017]
An alternative *.at2 format used in the PEER NGA ground motion database has been added. ProShake 2.0 will automatically accept all variations of *.at2 format used in the PEER NGA ground motion database. *.at2 format files need not be converted to ProShake 2.0 format, they can be used as is.
Version 18.104.22.168 [November 10, 2017]
An “Open Folder” feature has been added to the open motion files form to open all valid motions files within the selected folder. First motion file will replace the current motion record, remaining motion files will use any records that are empty and will add new records as need.
Version 22.214.171.124 [October 27, 2017]
The built-in "Sand (Seed & Idriss)" soil model now represents the “Sand (Seed-Idriss) – Upper Bound” modulus reduction and “Sand (Seed-Idriss) – Lower Bound” damping curves from Seed and Idriss (1970). Previous releases represented “Sand (Seed-Idriss) – Average” modulus reduction and “Sand (Seed-Idriss) – Average” damping curves. If you have used the "Sand (Seed & Idriss)" in your analyses, please make note of this change.
The layer and profile plots displayed in the Input Manager can now be copied to the report or clipboard. Please right click on the chart to access these functions.