Select two points in the model to set the insertion point and direction of the Studbolt element that represents a metal rod or pin that is used to transfer loads
Studs and other bolt elements are listed in the bolt catalog.
A stud can be secured with two or more nuts and have threading at both ends, or it can be welded to steel parts, for example.
A stud is part of the bolt assembly.
Wallplate that represents a structure such as a wall or roof panel
In Tekla Structures, a panel is created by picking two or more points.
In cast-in-place concrete the term wall refers to a concept similar to panel.
. The yellow handle symbolizes the start point and the purple handle the direction and length of the component.
Settings for the Stud Wall
1. Select appropriate height of the stud wall under the tab Studwall parameters.
2. Set the center to center distance between the studs.
3. Extra studs can be set when necessary in corners.
Example of corner where the boards are adjusted to each other and an extra stud is added.
4. The gapany space between two objects
The term gap is used in its general sense in Tekla Structures.
between the extra stud and the end stud can be set.
5. Possibility to set the creation of the insulation or not.
6. The different prefix, start numbers, name, material etc. can be set for the different parts in the stud wall.
7. Under the tab Board detail there is a possibility to set the number of boards.
8. The thickness of the boards can be set.
9. The offset can be set if the board should be drawn back (example: 50) or extended (example: -50).
10. Under the tab Board prefix there is a possibility to set the different prefix, start numbers, name, material etc. for the boards, outer and inner.