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Beam/Column Connections

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09-07-2013 02:31 AM

For structural elements(members) created using "BEAM"/"COLUMN" in ASD-MODEL - we are not able to get "CONNECTIONS" such as shear plate/clip angle etc., 

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Re: Beam/Column Connections

09-09-2013 10:54 AM in reply to: strlblr

Can uppload any pictures or file ?

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Re: Beam/Column Connections

09-09-2013 10:17 PM in reply to: zcsillag

Thanks for reply,

Please find the attachment :Frame.dwg ,where we are not able to achieve any coulmn beam connections using "connections"macro

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Re: Beam/Column Connections

09-10-2013 10:08 AM in reply to: strlblr

Hi !

Can't made any connection for plate compound assembly :smileyfrustrated:

Edit USER database and made profile, and u can use any connection macro !

User database -> c:\ProgramData\Autodesk\Structural\Common Data\2014\Data\Prof\Ruserpro.xml

 

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Csillag

 

compose plate.JPG

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Re: Beam/Column Connections

09-10-2013 10:35 PM in reply to: zcsillag

Hi,

We have used "BEAM" element in ASD-Model to gererate columns and beams as shown in the previous attachment frame.dwg.  These generated beams are made up of PLATES(automatic generation by ASD).This is exactly the way built-up beams/columns fabricated.

As suggested by you , if we generate  beam using profile and use automatic positioning, bill of materials will have only one position mark(as a single beam) instead of three positoin marks(for three plated built-up beam). This is the reason  for trying to get connections for "BEAM" element (plate compound assembly).

 

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