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Tekla Structures 21.1 Hardware Recommendations

by Tekla Global Support
4.09091
Recommendations for Tekla Structures workstations Tekla Structures hardware recommendations are based on the set-ups that have been used in testing Tekla Structures and proven to be compatible with Tekla Structures. In addition to the set-ups presented in this document, there are many other suitable set-ups available. You can use this document as a guidelinedefinition of the distribution and direction of the reinforcing bars in rebar sets The spacing of the reinforcing bars is measured along the rebar set guideline. The rebar set guideline can be a line, or a polyline that may have corner
  • Tekla Structures 21.1 Hardware Recommendations
  • hardware recommendations

Tekla Structures 21.1 Default environment Release Notes

by TS segment localization
0
1. General Settings 1.1 Environment initialization files The following advanced optionssettings used to customize Tekla Structures for specific companies, standards, users, or user groupsIn Tekla Structures, advanced options are settings that are used, for example, in a specific project or geographical area, or by a specific company.In Tekla Structures, advanced options usually begin with the initials XS and are followed by the name of the function, for example XS_BACKGROUND_COLOR. were added to or modified or removed from the environment initialization filetext file that contains user

Centralized distribution of Tekla Structures 21.0

by Tekla Global Support
5
You can follow the centralized distribution instructions for version 20.1 also for version 21.0. Only the version number in installer names is different, but otherwise the same instructions will apply for 21.0 version. Centralized distribution of Tekla Structures 20.1
  • centralized distribution

US Localization Release Notes

by Tekla Support US
5
We are often asked "what is localization?" Dictionary.com defines it as follows. Localization - Adapting a product to meet the language, cultural and other requirements of a specific target market. With this in mind, your local technical team (also known as your Localization team) is dedicated to improve your experience with new features, as well as improve the overall process used to complete a project. Many items are localized in Tekla Structures with each version. Most of these changes focused on making default "Saved" attributes more Consistent Organized Simplified Practical     Tasks

Getting Started with Tekla Structures

by Tekla Support US
0
Welcome to Tekla Structures! Please follow these instructions carefully to ensure a smooth implementation of Tekla Structures into your organization.Create your Trimble Identity First you will need to REGISTER for a Trimble Identityuser account to Tekla online services and other Trimble servicesFor a Tekla Structures user, Trimble Identity is a single sign-on account which enables the user’s online identity management. The organization that the user’s Trimble Identity belongs to, determines the user’s access rights. Trimble Identity is needed, for example, for Tekla Campus and Tekla

Important notes for Cold Rolled File Transfer components

by Tekla Global Support
0
Cold Rolled File Transfer components export the cold rolled data from the model into CAM files which are used by the Cold Rolled manufacturers. The data required for these files is generated when the cold rolled accessory components (eg. Diagonal ties etc.) are initially applied to the model. If the created parts are subsequently (manually) modified in the model, the data for the CAM files is not updated and subsequently the modified accessories could be ordered with incorrect lengths / quantities. In this situation the components would need to be re-applied to the parts in their modified
  • File Transfer

Tekla Structures 21.0 US environments Release Notes

by Tekla Support US
0
Table of Contents Common to all US Roles Steel Detailing Role Engineering Role Precast Detailing Role Cast In Place Role 1   Common to all US Roles 1.1   Environment ini files The following variables were added to, modified, or deleted from the USIMP and USMET environment ini files: Added  XS_PART_POSITION_TO_EDGE_NEAREST_TO_NEIGHBOR – this variable was set to TRUE in order to get shear plates to automatically be dimensioned to the critical connecting side. XS_EXCLUDED_PARTS_IN_ORIENTATIONAL_NUMBERINGprocess of assigning position numbers to parts, cast units, assemblies, or reinforcementIn

Tekla Structures 21.0 South-East Asia environment Release Notes

by Trimble Solutions SEA Pte Ltd
0
1. General Settings 1.1 Catalogs The following updates have been done to catalogs: 1.1.1 Profile Catalog Added Sketched Profiles: BC, CCUT, CNPY, HDBHS, HSH, PDPROF, PDUCT, PRC, SBKR, SC, TC, THSH  1.1.2 Rebar & Mesh catalogs Added Grade H  1.1.3 Shape catalog Modified Both reinforcing barreinforcement that represents a steel bar used to reinforce a concrete structureThe steel bars are usually ribbed and they are used to increase the tensile strength of concrete. bending shapes and shape catalogcatalog that displays a list of predefined item shapesThe shapes are modeled using software

Tekla Structures 21.0 Middle-East environment Release Notes

by Trimble Solutions ME
0
1. General Settingssettings that are used to control the general functions of the softwareFor example, autosave interval and mouse settings are general settings in Tekla Structures. General settings can be saved for each model or as a standard file.In Tekla Structures, general settings are defined in the Options dialog box. 1.1 Environment initialization filestext files that contain user interface definitions, start-up parameters, default settings, or advanced optionsInitialization files are used when starting Tekla Structures and they can contain system-specific and user-specific advanced

Tekla Structures 21.0 Korea environment Release Notes

by Trimble Solutions Korea
0
1. General Settingssettings that are used to control the general functions of the softwareFor example, autosave interval and mouse settings are general settings in Tekla Structures. General settings can be saved for each model or as a standard file.In Tekla Structures, general settings are defined in the Options dialog box.   1.1 Catalogs      The following updates have been done to catalogs:       1.1.1 Profile Catalogcatalog that displays profiles and information on the profilesIn addition to the available profiles in the respective Tekla Structures environment, the user can add fixed or

Tekla Structures 21.0 Italy environment Release Notes

by Assistenza Teklastructures Harpaceas
0
1. General Settings 1.1 Environment initialization files The following advanced optionssettings used to customize Tekla Structures for specific companies, standards, users, or user groupsIn Tekla Structures, advanced options are settings that are used, for example, in a specific project or geographical area, or by a specific company.In Tekla Structures, advanced options usually begin with the initials XS and are followed by the name of the function, for example XS_BACKGROUND_COLOR. were modified from the environment initialization filetext file that contains user interface definitions, start

Tekla Structures 21.0 India environment Release Notes

by Trimble Solutions India
0
1. General Settingssettings that are used to control the general functions of the softwareFor example, autosave interval and mouse settings are general settings in Tekla Structures. General settings can be saved for each model or as a standard file.In Tekla Structures, general settings are defined in the Options dialog box. 1.1 Environment initialization filestext files that contain user interface definitions, start-up parameters, default settings, or advanced optionsInitialization files are used when starting Tekla Structures and they can contain system-specific and user-specific advanced

Tekla Structures 21.0 Finland environment Release Notes

by Area Finland Service
5
1. General Settingssettings that are used to control the general functions of the softwareFor example, autosave interval and mouse settings are general settings in Tekla Structures. General settings can be saved for each model or as a standard file.In Tekla Structures, general settings are defined in the Options dialog box. 1.1 Environment initialization filestext files that contain user interface definitions, start-up parameters, default settings, or advanced optionsInitialization files are used when starting Tekla Structures and they can contain system-specific and user-specific advanced

Tekla Structures 21.0 Brazil environment Release Notes

by Tekla Brazil
0
1. General Settingssettings that are used to control the general functions of the softwareFor example, autosave interval and mouse settings are general settings in Tekla Structures. General settings can be saved for each model or as a standard file.In Tekla Structures, general settings are defined in the Options dialog box. 1.1 Environment initialization filestext files that contain user interface definitions, start-up parameters, default settings, or advanced optionsInitialization files are used when starting Tekla Structures and they can contain system-specific and user-specific advanced

Tekla Structures 21.0 Hardware Recommendations

by Tekla Global Support
4.2
Recommendations for Tekla Structures workstations Tekla Structures hardware recommendations are based on the set-ups that have been used in testing Tekla Structures and proven to be compatible with Tekla Structures. In addition to the set-ups presented in this document, there are many other suitable set-ups available. You can use this document as a guidelinedefinition of the distribution and direction of the reinforcing bars in rebar sets The spacing of the reinforcing bars is measured along the rebar set guideline. The rebar set guideline can be a line, or a polyline that may have corner
  • Tekla Structures 21.0 Hardware Recommendations
  • hardware recommendations

Export IFC model to project coordinates

by Tekla Global Support
4.666665
Information: Starting from Tekla Structures 2016i there is a new functionality available called Base points, that allows users to easily export their model to global coordinates. Please see the Project base points and other interoperability improvements article for more information. This step-by-step tutorial provides a workflow on how to export an IFCfile format commonly used in BIM that facilitates software interoperabilityIFC is an open specification developed by the IAI (International Alliance for Interoperability).Model can be exported into an IFC file. model created in Tekla Structures
  • IFC export
  • project coordinates
  • global coordinates
  • project base point
  • Revit
  • UCS
  • ArchiCAD
  • IFC collaboration

Tekla Structures 21.0 Default environment Release Notes

by Tekla Structures Default Environment
4
1. General Settings 1.1 Environment initialization files The following advanced optionssettings used to customize Tekla Structures for specific companies, standards, users, or user groupsIn Tekla Structures, advanced options are settings that are used, for example, in a specific project or geographical area, or by a specific company.In Tekla Structures, advanced options usually begin with the initials XS and are followed by the name of the function, for example XS_BACKGROUND_COLOR. were added to or modified or removed from the environment initialization filetext file that contains user

Tekla Structures 21.0 common environment Release Notes

by Tekla Structures Default Environment
0
1. General Settings 1.1 Environment initialization files The following advanced optionssettings used to customize Tekla Structures for specific companies, standards, users, or user groupsIn Tekla Structures, advanced options are settings that are used, for example, in a specific project or geographical area, or by a specific company.In Tekla Structures, advanced options usually begin with the initials XS and are followed by the name of the function, for example XS_BACKGROUND_COLOR. were added to or modified or removed from the environment initialization filetext file that contains user

Tekla Structures Licensing process

by Trimble Solutions UK
3.333335
Need help installing Tekla Structures? Follow the Installation Guide Activating a new licence Starting the server manually Renewing an existing licence Making changes to the licence machine Activating a new Licence Accessing the licensing tool Left click Start Button > All Programs > Tekla Structures Licensing > Tekla Structures License Administration Tool You will have been supplied with an Entitlement separately via email. The attachment on that email (licence certificate) needs copying to the folder C:\TeklaStructures\License\Server Activate your licence Within the Tekla
  • Activating a new licence
  • Renewing an existing licence
  • Starting the server manually

Model on disk is corrupted

by Tekla Global Support
1.75
Question: I cannot open my model. Instead, I receive this error: “Fatal: Model on disk is corrupted, use the latest backup model. Please run check disk on your drive”. What should I do? Answer: If you are using Tekla Structures 19.0 Final, upgrade to the latest Service Release. This might be enough to solve your problem. If this does not help, contact your local support for possible repair regardless of your maintenance status. We might be able to fix the model. In some cases, it is not possible to restore the data of a corrupt model. These cases are typically caused by a hardware error,
  • fatal
  • corrupted

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