Place Fireproofing Ribbon - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Structure

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Intergraph Smart 3D
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Version_SThreeD_Custom
12.1 (2019)

Specifies the properties for the fireproofing that you are placing or editing.

Insulation Properties

Activates the Insulation Properties Dialog. You can use this dialog to specify additional properties that you cannot set on the ribbon.

Select Members

Activated automatically by the software so that you can select the members on which you want to place fireproofing/insulation.

Finish

Click to place the fireproofing on the selected members.

Cancel

Rejects the selected object.

Accept

Confirms that the selected members are the members on which to place fireproofing. The software displays fireproofing in tentative mode.

By Rule

Allows the software to select the fireproofing to use based on the selected member and the encasement rules defined in the catalog. You can edit encasement rules by going to the Catalog task and navigating to the Structure > Objects > Insulation > Fireproofing node.

Condition

Specifies how you want the software to handle existing fireproofing when you try to place a new fireproofing on the same member. Select Retain to keep the existing fireproofing. Select Add to add additional fireproofing to a member that already has fireproofing.

Insulation Specification

Select the insulation specification that you want to use. You can edit existing or define new insulation specifications in the Catalog task by navigating to the Structure > Object Specifications > Insulation > Fireproofing node.

Encasement

Select the encasement that you want to use from the Catalog. Available encasements depend on the insulation specification that you have selected. If you select the By Rule option, then the encasement option is not available because the Encasement item is selected by the encasement rule.

Reference 1

Select the reference point from which to cut back the fireproofing. If you select the By Rule option, then the Reference 1 option is not available because the Reference 1 value is defined in the encasement rule.

  • Part Start - The start of the member part, which takes into account any assembly connection cutbacks or other features which may change member length.

  • Part End - The end of the member part, which takes into account any assembly connection cutbacks or other features which may change member length.

  • Axis Start - The start of the member part's axis, which will remain unaffected by member part features.

  • Axis End - The end of the member part's axis, which will remain unaffected by member part features.

Distance 1

Specifies the distance between the reference 1 location and that end of the fireproofing. If you select the By Rule option, then this option is not available because the Distance 1 value is defined in the encasement rule.

Reference 2

Select the reference point from which to cut back the fireproofing. If you select the By Rule option, then this option is not available because the Reference 2 value is defined in the encasement rule.

  • Part Start - The start of the member part, which takes into account any assembly connection cutbacks or other features which may change member length.

  • Part End - The end of the member part, which takes into account any assembly connection cutbacks or other features which may change member length.

  • Axis Start - The start of the member part's axis, which will remain unaffected by member part features.

  • Axis End - The end of the member part's axis, which will remain unaffected by member part features.

Distance 2

Specifies the distance between the reference 2 location and that end of the fireproofing. If you select the By Rule option, then this option is not available because the Distance 2 value is defined in the encasement rule.