Hello, TIMO Community
RS gives multiple tables and diagrams for each factor.
Ok, let’s begin Internal Factors discussion.
It is obviously we must choose some beams for test. I really do not know what from all better choice is. As we see there are loadings along three directions are presented:
1. Distributed forces along X Axis.
2. Distributed forces along Y Axis.
3. Distributed forces along Z Axis.
4. Concentrated forces and moments.
I choose Beam 145 for internal factors comparison analysis. The same Beam in Timo is 127. There is no sense to provide testing for each point within Beam, it’s enough to do it for begin and end point. By the way we are getting not only point’s values but functions of independent variable z in Timo.
Test Beam in RS (145) presented below:
The same Beam (127) in TS is next.
Screenshot of internal factors looks like this
All the data I pack in table. The results are next (take into account different Axes directions):
Internal Factor, by RS sign convention
 RS, Begin Point [N]
 TS, Begin Point [N]
 Error, %

Stretching Force, F_{x}
 2968,806930
 2968,814149
 0,000243161

Shearing Force, F_{y}
 970,572836
 970,580913
 0,000832182

Shearing Force, F_{z}
 118,591656
 118,593098
 0,00121592

Torsion Moment, M_{x}
 54,307760
 54,313205
 0,0100252

Bending Moment, M_{y}
 921,949614
 921,949345
 0,0000291773

Bending Moment, M_{z}
 544,863887
 544,876101
 0,00224161

And for end point of Beam:
Internal Factor, by RS sign convention
 RS, End Point [N]
 TS, End Point [N]
 Error, %

Stretching Force, F_{x}
 2168,806930
 2168,814149
 0,000243161

Shearing Force, F_{y}
 429,427164
 429,419087
 0,00188091

Shearing Force, F_{z}
 1118,591656
 1118,593098
 0,000128912

Torsion Moment, M_{x}
 54,4307760
 54,313205
 0,216469

Bending Moment, M_{y}
 315,233697
 315,236850
 0,0010002

Bending Moment, M_{z}
 3,718215
 3,7142753260
 0,106068
