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CSi SAFE - Displaying PT slab results

CSi SAFE - Displaying PT slab results

CSi SAFE - Displaying PT slab results

Im trying out SAFE and running through the tutorials for PT slabs.

Im trying to clearly display the complete design results but cant find a definitive way of doing this. Im able to view punching shear results.

Im an experienced RAM Concept user, where slab design results are clearly combined into one single view. From what i can tell, SAFE does not have this feature.

How can i tell that i have performed an explicit, comprehensive check on my slab? Does anyone have any advice? Do i need to flip through a particular set of results?

RE: CSi SAFE - Displaying PT slab results

Boiler - I use safe but haven't used it for PT but I'll still give you my 2 cents. Ram does a good job of checking and displaying code design, i.e. showing where you fail and what code section(s). From my use safe is more of an fem approach that shows stresses and required reinforcing but not so robust when it comes to code checks.

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