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Ievgen
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Elevation and top view ASD2012 RC

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09-11-2012 06:17 AM

Hi everyone!

I'm dealing with ASD 2012 RC module and quite confused about making a formwork of a foundation slab. It has two levels (the main area and rised on 290 mm higher - additional one). I want to make a copy of existing formwork to show top and bottom rebars separated. 

Would appreciate any help!

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Jakub.Brozonowicz
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Re: Elevation and top view ASD2012 RC

09-11-2012 07:52 AM in reply to: Ievgen

You mean slab element imported from ASD Formwork module?

Any sample file you have to share?



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Ievgen
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Re: Elevation and top view ASD2012 RC

09-11-2012 08:50 AM in reply to: Jakub.Brozonowicz

Yeah sure:

Here is a normal slab, I mean rectangular and with that I don't have any problems - I am able to make a copy of the top view of the slab and make the reinforcement for both upper and bottom zones.

normal_slab.jpg

But how can I do the same for the following slab:

not_normal_slab.jpg

 

I was trying to generate a kind of a slab in formwork module, but have faced with a problem: I couldn't actually unite two separate slabs (one with an offset on 290 mm lower) to form a new. Is there any solution? 

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