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How to define section properties of aluminum rectangular tube section with different thickness?

How to define section properties of aluminum rectangular tube section with different thickness?

How to define section properties of aluminum rectangular tube section with different thickness?

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How to define section properties of aluminum rectangular tube section with different thickness?
I have 2 different thickness in my rectangular aluminum tube section.

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Can anyone tell me how to define this section in STAAD PRO V8i



Please..............

RE: How to define section properties of aluminum rectangular tube section with different thickness?

You could just use the general type, or you could use the User Provided table method - with the "Tube" type where you enter some average or thinnest wall thickness, but then override the calculated values based on the more exact thicknesses.

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