Thank you for your answer!
I found out that a non-linear analysis of prestressed beam elements are not possible, so I am focusing on the piers now. Still, I am having some trouble implementing creep and shrinkage. I have traced the loadcase with the highest resulting My in my linear analysis and want to implement the factors here, see attached picture.
What is the best way to add the factor to creep and shrinkage in this case? I have tried inserting a factor in SYST, GRP and adding the 5000 creep load cases directly.
My teddy script without factors for C+S looks as follows:
+prog ASE urs:68.2
echo grp,load no
SYST prob th3 plc 4032 TOL 0.01 fmax 2.0
GRP 'CSM' CS 32
LC 102 facd 1.0 titl 'th3 1.00 times dl=4032'
LCC 2 FACT 1.00 PLC YES already applied in PLC g_2
LCC 3 FACT 1.00 PLC YES already applied in PLC g_2
LCC 4 FACT 1.00 PLC YES already applied in PLC g_2
LCC 5 FACT 1.00 PLC YES already applied in PLC g_2
LCC 50 PLC YES already applied in PLC prestress
+prog ASE urs:68.11
Head Non-linear analysis
ECHO MAT YES -> See ASE-output: Maximum possible concrete stress
ECHO GRP,LOAD NO
CTRL ITER 3 V2 1
REIN LCR 108
SYST PROB TH3 PLC 102 TOL -10.0 FMAX 2.0 iter - Geometric non-linearity
DESI ULTI KSV ULD KSB ULD
NSTR kmod K1 KSV SLD KSB SLD fmax 0.8 material non-linearity
GRP 'CSM' LINE CS 32
GRP 5 FULL CS 32 t1 0
LC 108 facd 0.9 titl 'FACL' FACD activates g_1
LCC 2 fact 0.9 PLC YES g_2
LCC 3 fact 0.9 PLC YES g_2
LCC 4 fact 0.9 PLC YES g_2
LCC 5 fact 0.9 PLC YES g_2
LCC 50 fact 1.1 PLC YES prestress
LCC 10156 fact 0.945 gr1a
LCC 94 fact 1.2 $ Temp