StructFootings Workbook - Intergraph Smart 3D - Reference Data

Intergraph Smart 3D Structure Reference Data

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3D Design and Visualization
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Intergraph Smart 3D
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Reference Data
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12.1(2019)

The StructFootings.xls workbook defines column footings part classes that you want to add to your catalog and hence to your model. When creating your footings, there are custom attributes and required attributes. You can add your custom attributes using the Custom Interfaces Sheet sheet (described in the Reference Data Guide.)

A footing is comprised of a slab, pier, and base plate. You can define footings uses two different methods:

The assembly method uses unique component parts for the slab, pier, and base plate, and then groups the parts together by the assembly. Using this method, you can create a catalog of common footing parts, and then position the parts together in assemblies as needed. The positioning is possible because of information provided by the member system (A), the base plate (B), the coordinate system of the pier (C), and the coordinate system of the slab (D).

  • The single component method uses a single part to define the slab, pier, and base plate dimensions.

The required attributes for footing assemblies are:

Number Supported

Specifies the number of supported inputs (number of columns) that the footing accommodates. You can enter a number of inputs (1, 2, 3, and so forth), enter 0 to indicate any number of inputs, or enter -1 to specify no inputs.

Supported Filter Prog ID

Enter a string that specifies a custom filter for selecting supported objects. This string can be an interface name or a custom filter program ID. Leave blank if you do not want to have a custom filter for selecting supported objects.

Number Supporting

Specifies the number of supporting inputs that the footing accommodates. You can enter a number of inputs (1, 2, 3, and so forth), enter 0 to indicate any number of inputs, or enter -1 to specify no inputs.

Supporting Filter Prog ID

Enter a string that specifies a custom filter for selecting supporting objects. This string can be an interface name or a custom filter program ID. Leave blank if you do not want to have a custom filter for selecting supporting objects.

See Also

Slabs, Walls, and Openings Reference Data
Slab Composition
Slab General Type
Define a Slab