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Beam and Column Connection
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Complete parameterization block of the connection geometry, control of the connection angle, contact solid, connection plate, hole size and connection 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 100
- Number of Lines 85
- Number of Members 10
- Number of Surfaces 42
- Number of Solids 1
- Number of Load Cases 1
- Total Weight 0,087 t
- Dimensions 0.260 x 0.874 x 0.760 m
- Program Version 5.11.02
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