Bracing and Cross Beams Tab (Place Trestle Dialog) - Intergraph Smart 3D - Help

Intergraph Smart 3D Material Handling

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12 (2018)

Specifies the shape and material properties for the bracing and cross beam members of the trestle.

This tab is not available when you select Short/Long Posts as the trestle type.

Bracing

Bracing Type

Specifies the bracing configuration. Select one of the following options:

  • Cross

  • Chevron

Member Type

Specifies the type of member. The default value is Brace.

Standard

Specifies the structural specification defined in the catalog.

Section

Specifies the structural cross-section shape. Select a recently used type, or click More to display the Catalog Browser dialog. In the Shapes folder, select a folder, and then select a module from the right pane of the dialog.

Material

Specifies the object material type, such as Steel - Carbon or Steel - High Strength.

Grade

Specifies the object material grade, such as A36 or A529.

Cardinal Point

Specifies the relative position of the structural cross-section to the member placement line. Nine cardinal positions (1 -9) are available. The location of cardinal points 10 (center-of-gravity) and 15 (shear center) depend on the section shape. The local z-axis of the member and the center-of-gravity point of the section define cardinal points 11 and 14. The local y-axis of the member and the center-of-gravity point of the section define cardinal points 12 and 13. Cardinal points 10 through 15 are unavailable for designed members or cans.

Angle

Specifies the rotation of the cross-section about its local axis.

Cross Beams

Member Type

Specifies the type of member. The default value is Brace.

Standard

Specifies the structural specification defined in the catalog.

Section

Specifies the structural cross-section shape. Select a recently used type, or click More to display the Catalog Browser dialog. In the Shapes folder, select a folder, and then select a module from the right pane of the dialog.

Material

Specifies the object material type, such as Steel - Carbon or Steel - High Strength.

Grade

Specifies the object material grade, such as A36 or A529.

Cardinal Point

Specifies the relative position of the structural cross-section to the member placement line. Nine cardinal positions (1 -9) are available. The location of cardinal points 10 (center-of-gravity) and 15 (shear center) depend on the section shape. The local z-axis of the member and the center-of-gravity point of the section define cardinal points 11 and 14. The local y-axis of the member and the center-of-gravity point of the section define cardinal points 12 and 13. Cardinal points 10 through 15 are unavailable for designed members or cans.

Angle

Specifies the rotation of the cross-section about its local axis.