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Intergraph Smart 3D Structural Detailing Reference Data

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12 (2018)

Bracket types are based on the number of supports and the attachment method (trimmed or lapped). A bracket can also contain an edge reinforcement, a buckling stiffener, or a flange.

Bracket symbols are delivered in two locations:

  • [Reference Data Folder]\SharedContent\MarineLibrary\Brackets folder. Within the Brackets folder, the folder hierarchy is further organized by the number of supports and by whether the bracket is trimmed or lapped.

  • [Reference Data Folder]\SharedContent\Brackets folder. Within the Brackets folder, the folder hierarchy is further organized by the number of supports.

One Support Brackets

1S brackets created with Sketch 2D. The 1S bracket has a single support (sketched or reference plane).

Two Support Brackets

2S brackets have two supports.

   

Brackets can be trimmed or lapped to one or both supports, as shown in the following examples.

Three Support Brackets

3S brackets have three supports.

Brackets can be trimmed or lapped to supports in any combination, as shown in the following examples.

Four Support Brackets

4S brackets have four supports.

Brackets can be trimmed or lapped to support 1 and support 2, but are trimmed to support 3 and support 4, as shown in the following examples.

Five Support Brackets

5S brackets have five supports. Brackets are trimmed to all supports.

Bracket Flanges

Placement

Brackets are placed several ways:

  • As major brackets aligned with reference planes in the Molded Forms task.

  • As major tripping brackets aligned with supports in the Molded Forms task.

  • As rib connections on profiles in the Molded Forms task:

  • As bracket parts aligned with reference planes in the Structural Detailing task. Placement of detailing brackets may be automated in the assembly connection rules.