AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

AutoCAD Structural Detailing General DIscussion

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ASD - Reinforcement module - Wish list no. 2 ( Will it be considered ? )

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02-04-2011 09:13 PM

I wish I did

1- Construction drawings - settings
The drawing templates manager allows to define how the structure drawings of   elements in AutoCAD ® Structural Detailing - Reinforcement will be created. It includes defining parameters of appearance of individual structure elements (colors, scale, plans, reinforcement descriptions, etc.); drawing templates for each type of element are created this way.


NOTE:

All the parameters defined in the dialog refer to the link between the AutoCAD ® Structural Detailing - Reinforcement and Autodesk Revit Structure or Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis. The reinforcement drawings generated for the structure elements transferred to AutoCAD ® Structural Detailing - Reinforcement from the applications mentioned above will be created in accordance with the settings saved in the drawing templates manager.
(Option to be valid in the Job preferences without Revit / Robot existence / need)

2- Reinforcement / formwork of typical RC
Options to include
                              a- Core/shear walls with door openings
                              b- Sump / lift pits in rafts - of sloped bottom surfaces (see note below)
                              c- Curved beams
                              d- Beam with different depths / widths
                              e- Spiral stair / ramp slab with edge beam (this beam can be spiral with variable elevation or can be
                                  deep beam with constant level) and upstand above

Note:
    More than one segment are varying in the same time in one bar (all the segments of this bar are located in one plan - this bar
    is 2D bar), length of one segment is increasing while the the length of another segment is decreasing.
    This type of bars will exist in the follwing cases:
    A- Four corners of sloped bottom surfaces in lift pit or sump pit areas in some rafts in foundations.
    B- Column head / crown
    C- Slab drop panel
    D- Different slab thickness

Please download and watch the file in the link below.

http://www.4shared.com/file/0ZVthcjB/Two_segments_varing_in_one_bar.html


3- Option or feature to consider / convert the finished structure element such as the reinforcement details of beam with different
    depths and widths into an easy template / macro which can be used in the future incase of similar conditions exist or incase
    of modifications are required.

4- DEFINITION OF BAR REINFORCEMENT - bar elevation (longitudinal reinforcement)
    Option to make bar offset.

 

5- Description of reinforcement style. Option to save as New Style.

 

6- Reinforcement tables
                      Bars - main table
                                        Option to display the variable bar length (not avarage, min, max lengths only)

7- Reinforcement tables - style manager
                                        DETAILED - bars
                                                        Table componenet and layout
                                                                                    Option to add bar Diameter.                                                                   

 


8- Point reinforcement
                      select bar [Next] (option to select more than one bar in the same time and distribute them using the Reinforcement - point option)


Regards,

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