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Insulated Plate with 4 Bolt Holes
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Complete parameterization of a geometry of a steel insulated plate with 4 bolt holes, control of the connection angle, connection plate geometry, hole size and plate thicknesses.
Model created by the Dlubal Latam engineering team. The model is also available as a parameterized block on the Dlubal Latam website.
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- Updated 19 September 2023
- Block parameters editable dynamically
- Number of Nodes 43
- Number of Lines 30
- Number of Members 4
- Number of Surfaces 18
- Number of Solids 1
- Number of Load Cases 1
- Number of Load Combinations 2
- Number of Result Combinations 2
- Total Weight 0,022 t
- Dimensions 0.258 x 0.544 x 0.025 m
- Program Version 5.11.02
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