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erhard.ehrke
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Registered: ‎03-16-2012
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ASD 2012 Reinforcement, ends of straight bars

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03-18-2012 07:23 AM

Having installed ASD 2012, I'm realizing, that I'm not getting symbols in the elevation of beams for the ends of straight bars. I've changed settings for the styles, but no success. I had a trial ASD 2010 where things were o.k.

 

Has anybody a similar problem or knows a solution?

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pp2008
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Registered: ‎06-23-2008
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Re: ASD 2012 Reinforcement, ends of straight bars

03-19-2012 09:43 AM in reply to: erhard.ehrke

Such effect is observed when rebars were generated by macros using 3D geometry of RC elements (for instance reinforcement of columns, beams or spread footings)  and in the same time the symbols of bar ends marked on the attached scren capture are used.

The workaround is to use for such rebars the symbols with curved ends (above the marked one).

 

It was not observed in ASD 2010 because in this version 3D geometry of RC elements was not used in any reinforcement macro.

 

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