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Rebar in beam (90)

Added August 31, 2016 by Tekla User Assistance tekla.documentation@trimble.com

Software version: 
2016i

Rebar in beam (90)

Rebar in beam (90)

The Rebar in beam (90) component adds reinforcement bars to concrete beams.

Parts created

Complete reinforcement structure: stirrups and perpendicular rebars are created in the concrete part.

Use for

Situation

More information

Rebars in concrete beam.

Rebars in a concrete column.

Do not use for

Use this component to add reinforcement bars to a concrete part.

Before you start

Before the component can be created, you need to create a concrete part first.

Defining properties

Use the following tabs in component dialog box Tekla Structures Rebar in beam (90) to define the properties of the components:

Tab

Content

See also

Primary bottom bars

The properties of the lower reinforcing bars are defined on this tab. Grade, diameter and extended ways of defining the shape of the bars can be defined.

Primary bottom bars

Primary top bars

The properties of the upper reinforcing bars are defined on this tab.

Primary top bars

Side left

Horizontal rebars, left side.

Side left

Side right

Horizontal rebars, right side.

Side right

Stirrups

Stirrups in first section of the concrete part.

Stirrups

Stirrup spacing

Defining the stirrup spacing in the first section of the concrete part.

Stirrup spacing

Stirrups 2

Stirrups in second section of the concrete part. Useful when part contains part cut(s).

Stirrups 2

Stirrup spacing 2

Defining the stirrup spacing in the second section of the concrete part.

Stirrup spacing 2

Stirrups 3

Stirrups in thrid section of the concrete part. Useful when part contains part cut(s).

Stirrups 3

Stirrup spacing 3

Defining the stirrup spacing in the third section of the concrete part.

Stirrup spacing 3

Advanced

Tab for defining comment, name, class,prefix and startnumbers for the various rebar profiles.

Advanced

Configuration

Defining the bending radius. There are three options: (1) Fixed diameter, (2) From configuration file and (3) Relative from diameter.

Configuration

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