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Question: I get a message saying that my material does not meet the requirements of the current standard. How can I correct it?

Answer: Generally, you can create and use your own materials.
However, when entering data into the material library, you should ensure that they can also be used in the add-on modules. The specific weight has an impact on the design and on the formulas available there.

If you set the specific weight to 0 when creating a user-defined material, this material cannot be designed in the add-on module.

The specific weight of the material created should be adjusted in the material library, for example, for lightweight concrete only. If you do not want to consider the specific weight and thus the dead load as loads, you can set this to 0 in the "Edit Material" dialog box.

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  • Updated 05/06/2021
  • Size 3,02 MB
  • Number of Nodes 12
  • Number of Lines 12
  • Number of Surfaces 3
  • Number of Load Cases 1
  • Total Weight 4.800 t
  • Dimensions 52,49 x 6,56 x 0 feet
  • Program Version 5.25.01.158239

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You can download this structural analysis model to use it for training purposes or for your projects. However, we do not assume any guarantee or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the model.
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