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ISO Container RISA 3D or 2D Model

ISO Container RISA 3D or 2D Model

ISO Container RISA 3D or 2D Model

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Anybody have a RISA 3D or 2D model of an ISO Container (aka Shipping Container)they would be willing to share?

I'm doing a storage building with these boxes and would like to try modeling them.  We are going about 5 high and will be modifying them to install rollup doors and provide corridors, etc.  Foundation will consist of drilled concrete piers at the corners and intermediate supports if need be.

I've seen many examples of these boxes being used in construction on the internet, but not much structural information.

Hopefully this thread will generate a lot of useful information on structural design of buildings using ISO Containers.

Thanks for your help.

 

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