FAQ 004741 | How can I retroactively apply a reinforcement to a modeled downstand beam?

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How can I retroactively apply a reinforcement to a modeled downstand beam?

Answer

The reinforcement of a cross-section can be applied as follows:

  • Model the corresponding additional member.
  • Divide the original and the new member at the same uniform distances, depending on where you want to connect (right-click the member → "Divide Member" option).
  • Connect them by using rigid members/couplings, see Figure 01.

Figure 01 - Reinforced Cross-Section

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