Tuesday, July 20, 2021

How to remove warnings of Axial force and Axial moment in Plinth beams

 


Tekla Structural Designer is an advanced software used for Structural Analysis and Design of a Building. In Tekla we can do detailing of steel structures as well as RCC structures. We can create RCC buildings and we can insert the rebars in Tekla structures Designer software.  We can also do the form works and structural drawing without the help of any other softwares .

So let’s go step by step to remove warnings of axial force and axial moment in plinth beams:

Step 1

We have a model which is fully loaded and designed. As we can see there is a warning which is showing in all the plinth beams. Actually, this is a common warning which is shown in most of the cases. We will just right click on it, Check member then go to static option and also to design member static. So there we can find the spelling due to axial force and minor axis moment.

Fig.1

 

Step 2

Now, we will go to the Result view and then we will just try to find out the axial force due to in particular loads combination. So as we can see, this is an axial force which has been generated. It is the highest at the bottom level. So this axial force creates a kind of push and pull in a particular building. 

 

Fig.2

Step 3

If we go back to the structure view and switch on the Dead imposed load and  we don’t have any particular slab here and there is no imposed load applied. So the moment is unable to balance it but on site we can apply some PCC after the sand filling inside the periphery wall. So we can do something in the software to balance it by applying some methods.

 

Fig.3

Step 4

Next fig. 4 is our base. So let’s go to the Model and select the steel deck. So we will just select some steel deck and provide it with a lambda structure and we can provide the level load in the dead load section of 5 KN/m2.

So we have provided the dead loads. So the purpose is to create some moments so that it can balance the particular axial force generated. So we move to design and then design house static.

So after the design, as we can see now we don’t have any warnings. So the beams are either passing or failing. So we can just click on it and just change the properties of the member and we can make the beam pass

 

Fig.4

 

 

 

.For more details, watch this: 

Tekla Structural Designer: Removing Warnings of Axial Force and Axial Moment in Plinth Beams


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