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SAP2000 Shells Reinforcement Envelope

SAP2000 Shells Reinforcement Envelope

SAP2000 Shells Reinforcement Envelope

Hi everyone.

After very thorough research in the forum, the web and the program's documentation, I come up starting a new thread to ask for help.

Is SAP2000 capable to display the Shells Reinforcement Envelope of all the load combinations? It is really easy to display the Shells Reinforcement (both ASt1 and ASt2, top and bottom) for each load combination individually, with very nice colour contours. But how can you display the MAX reinforcement of ALL the combinations, in order to design a concrete wall or a slab?

Thanks in advance.

RE: SAP2000 Shells Reinforcement Envelope

You can define an envelope load combination and read the shell reinforcement results for that.

Jason McKee
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Cross Section Analysis & Design
Software for the structural design of cross sections
Moment Curvature Analysis
Interaction Diagrams
Reinforcement Design etc.

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