With the pour management functionality of Tekla Structures , you can view the geometry of cast-in-place concretecast unit type where the concrete is formed, poured, and cured in its final position
structures, show them as parts or as pour objects, plan pours and pour breaks, and report pour information, such as concrete volumes and formwork areas. You can define pours, pour units, pour objects, and pour breaks for concrete parts whose cast unit typeproperty of a concrete part in a cast unit that defines if the structure type of the part is precast or cast in place
is Cast in place.
In Tekla Structures , a pour objectbuilding object that is formed of one or more cast-in-place concrete parts, or a part of a cast-in-place concrete part
The cast-in-place concrete parts are merged into one pour object if they have the same material grade and pour phase, and if they touch each other. Pour objects are visible in pour view.
is a building objectobject that represents something that will exist in the real building or be closely related to it
A building object is always created in a model, but it is also represented as a drawing object in a drawing in which its properties can be modified.
that consists of one or more cast-in-place concrete parts, or parts of them. The cast-in-place concrete parts are merged into one pour object if they have the same material grade and they touch each other. They also need be in the same pour phasepart property that defines which cast-in-place concrete parts form a pour object
Pour phase can be used to prevent cast-in-place concrete parts from merging into one pour object.
to be merged. Pour objects are visible in pour views.
A pour unitentity that combines together a pour object and the other building objects that need to be in place before cast-in-place concrete can be poured
The needed building objects can be reinforcement and embeds, for example.
is an entity for cast-in-place concrete and it consists of a pour object and all related reinforcement, embeds, and other objects that need to be in place before concrete can be poured on the building site.
A pour is a group of pour objects that is poured at one go.
With a pour breakbuilding object used to split a pour object into smaller pour objects
you can split a pour object into smaller pour objects.
Pour management is mainly targeted at contractors for quantity take-off, planning, and on-site activities. By default, pour management is disabled in new models in most roles. You can enable pour management in the current modelmodel that is active in Tekla Structures
The current model can be a single-user model, a shared model or a working model.
using the advanced option XS_ENABLE_POUR_MANAGEMENT.