Reinforced Concrete Structure
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- Updated 05/18/2021
- Number of Nodes 32
- Number of Lines 29
- Number of Members 3
- Number of Surfaces 4
- Number of Load Cases 6
- Number of Load Combinations 35
- Number of Result Combinations 4
- Total Weight 26.721 t
- Dimensions 30,75 x 12,19 x 11,64 feet
- Program Version 5.25.01.158239
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