Is there a way to make the distribution of the loads on a floor visible through colors (like is done with claddings)?
What I want to know is: How is RSA distribution the loads on floor with 2 fields.
_____________________________ (<- Floor with 3 supports)
What does support B bear?
1) RB = 1/2 x L(AB) + 1/2 x L(BC) (and (RA = 1/2 x L(AB)))
2) RB = (1/2 x L(AB) + 1/2 x L(BC))x1,1 (and (RA = 1/2 x L(AB))x0,9)
Hope it is clear what I mean!
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I assume you refer to distribution done by means of surface elements (mesh). In such case there is no tributary area assigned to a supporting object, the load transfer is the function of the stifness of elements of the model and it cannot be displayed as colored surface.
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Its not really important for me that is being colored. I want to understan how it is distributed better. That it takes in account the stiffness is what I needed to know haha.
I made a little setup to confirm this. Thanks!