# SET/PSET

I/O Options and Subcase Information Entry The SET and PSET commands can be used in the I/O Options or Subcase Information section input deck to define sets of grids, elements, properties, or frequencies.

## Format

Data | Description |
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SET n = i1, i2, ..., in | Integer sets are used for sets of grids, elements, modes, and design variables. |

SET n = r1, r2, ..., rn | Real value sets are used for frequencies or times. |

SET n = i1, c1, i2, c2, ..., in, cn | Sets of Gird/Component
pairs are used for PFMODE data. Example: SET 24 = 12, T1, 15, R2, 128, T3 (alternatively 12/T1, 15/R2, 128/T3 is acceptable, see I/O Options and Subcase Information Entries Guidelines). |

PSET n = PID1, PID2, ..., PIDn | Property identification numbers are used for property set definition. |

## Comments

- Every SET must have a unique identification number, n, regardless of whether the SET is defined within a subcase or in the I/O Options section. Also, a SET cannot have the same ID as a PSET or the Bulk Data Entries SET, SET1, or SURF.
- From 10.0 onwards, it is recommended to use the SET Bulk Data Entry for set definitions.