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    UFF Data Set Number 58

    This is the Universal File Format data set used for importing/exporting the data of a transducer sitting in a specific node and pointing in a specific direction. In the case of ARTeMIS Extractor it is the raw time series of a transducer. For more information see e.g. WEB-site of the Structural Dynamics Research Laboratory at University of Cincinnati, Ohio.


    Record 1: Format(80A1)

    Field 1 ID Line 1.

    Note: ID Line 1 is generally used for the function description.

     

    Record 2: Format(80A1)

    Field 1 ID Line 2.

     

    Record 3: Format(80A1)

    Field 1 ID Line 3.

    Note: ID Line 3 is generally used to identify when the function was created. The date is in the form DD-MMM-YY, and the time is in the form HH:MM:SS, with a general Format(9A1,1X,8A1).

     

    Record 4: Format(80A1)

    Field 1 ID Line 4.

     

    Record 5: Format(80A1)

    Field 1 ID Line 5.

     

    Record 6: Format(2(I5,I10),2(1X,10A1,I10,I4))

    DOF Identification

    Field 1 Function Type

    0: General or Unknown

    1: Time Response (Must be used)

    2: Auto Spectrum

    3: Cross Spectrum

    4: Frequency Response Function

    5: Transmissibility

    6: Coherence

    7: Auto Correlation

    8: Cross Correlation

    9: Power Spectral Density (PSD)

    10: Energy Spectral Density (ESD)

    11: Probability Density Function

    12: Spectrum

    13: Cumulative Frequency Distribution

    14: Peaks Valley

    15: Stress/Cycles

    16: Strain/Cycles

    17: Orbit

    18: Mode Indicator Function

    19: Force Pattern

    20: Partial Power

    21: Partial Coherence

    22: Eigenvalue

    23: Eigenvector

    24: Shock Response Spectrum

    25: Finite Impulse Response Filter

    26: Multiple Coherence

    27: Order Function

    Field 2 Function Identification Number
    Field 3 Version Number, or sequence number
    Field 4 Load Case Identification Number

    0: Single Point Excitation

    Field 5 Response Entity Name (“NONE” if unused)
    Field 6 Response Node (Must be present in the associate data set #15)
    Field 7 Response Direction

    0: Scalar

    1: +X Translation

    4: +X Rotation (Not allowed)

    -1: -X Translation

    -4: -X Rotation (Not allowed)

    2: +Y Translation

    5: +Y Rotation (Not allowed)

    -2: -Y Translation

    -5: -Y Rotation (Not allowed)

    3: +Z Translation

    6: +Z Rotation (Not allowed)

    -3: -Z Translation

    -6: -Z Rotation (Not allowed)

    Field 8 Reference Entity Name (“NONE” if unused)
    Field 9 Reference Node
    Field 10 Reference Direction (same as field 7)

    Note: Fields 8, 9, and 10 are only relevant if field 4 is zero.

     

    Record 7: Format(3I10,3E13.5)

    Data Form

    Field 1 Ordinate Data Type

    2: Real, single precision

    4: Real, double precision

    5: Complex, single precision (Not allowed)

    6: Complex, double precision (Not allowed)

    Field 2 Number of data pairs for uneven abscissa spacing, or number of data values for even abscissa spacing
    Field 3 Abscissa Spacing

    0: uneven (Not allowed)

    1: even (no abscissa values stored)

    Field 4 Abscissa minimum (0.0 if spacing uneven)
    Field 5 Abscissa increment (0.0 if spacing uneven)
    Field 6 Z-axis value (0.0 if unused)

     

    Record 8: Format(I10,3I5,2(1X,20A1))

    Abscissa Data Characteristics

    Field 1 Specific Data Type

    0: unknown

    1: general

    2: stress

    3: strain

    5: temperature

    6: heat flux

    8: displacement

    9: reaction force

    11: velocity

    12: acceleration

    13: excitation force

    15: pressure

    16: mass

    17: time (Must be used)

    18: frequency

    19: rpm

    20: order

    Field 2 Length units exponent
    Field 3 Force units exponent
    Field 4 Temperature units exponent

    Note: Fields 2, 3 and 4 are relevant only if the Specific Data Type is General, or in the case of ordinates, the response/reference direction is a scalar, or the functions are being used for nonlinear connectors in System Dynamics Analysis.

    Field 5 Axis label (“NONE” if not used)
    Field 6 Axis units label (“NONE” if not used)

    Note: If fields 5 and 6 are supplied, they take precedence over program generated labels and units.

     

    Record 9: Format(I10,3I5,2(1X,20A1))

    Ordinate (or ordinate numerator) Data Characteristics

     

    Record 10: Format(I10,3I5,2(1X,20A1))

    Ordinate Denominator Data Characteristics

     

    Record 11: Format(I10,3I5,2(1X,20A1))

    Z-axis Data Characteristics

     

    Note: Records 9, 10, and 11 are always included and have fields the same as record 8. If records 10 and 11 are not used, set field 1 to zero.

     

    Record 12:

    Data Values

    Ordinate

    Abscissa

    Case

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    7

    8

    Type

    Precision

    real

    single

    real

    single

    complex

    single

    complex

    single

    real

    double

    real

    double

    complex

    double

    complex

    double

    Spacing

    Format

    even

    6E13.5

    uneven

    6E13.5

    even

    6E13.5

    uneven

    6E13.5

    even

    4E20.12

    uneven

    2(E13.5,E20.12)

    even

    4E20.12

    uneven

    E13.5,2E20.12

    General Note: ID lines may not be blank. If no information is required, the word “NONE” must appear in columns 1 through 4.