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RISAFloor - Cantilevered Beam

RISAFloor - Cantilevered Beam

RISAFloor - Cantilevered Beam

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I'm trying to draw a cantilevered beam in RISAFloor off the side of a column (There's no back-span, just a small beam cantilevered off one side of the column). I get an error when I try to draw it saying that the point at the free end is unsupported...even if the end releases of the beam are fixed. Is there anyway to do this in RISAFloor?

RE: RISAFloor - Cantilevered Beam

There is not currently a way to do this in RISAFloor. At least not without first bringing the model into RISA-3D and then modeling that portion of the floor system there.   

RE: RISAFloor - Cantilevered Beam

(OP)
Yeah I ended up calling RISA tech support and that's what they told me too. Thanks though.

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