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Nodes in SAFE? Moment value at a particular point

Nodes in SAFE? Moment value at a particular point

Nodes in SAFE? Moment value at a particular point


I have few questions for SAFE:

1. I have set Maximum bar preference to 35M bar but on slab detailing it shows 55M bar. I want to know moment value for that point where it shows 55M. (page 2 of attached file)
2. How can I get maximum moment and axial force on a particular point. When I print table it shows Area element and nodes, but how can I locate those points on plan? There is no nodes label option to view. (page 1 of attached file)
3. How can I see a moment and shear diagram in a particular strip, Is there any command to see it?

Please reply.


RE: Nodes in SAFE? Moment value at a particular point

1)This seems to be detailing, i dont use it, but parameters could be wrong
2)You are looking at nodal stresses. Trying to figure out this from tables have not really practical application, and will be a hectic unnecessary task . Why dont you display stress contours, and locate maximum and minimums?, this is how is usually done.
3) Display>Show strip forces. But you need to have strips drawn.


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