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AUTOCAD Structural DETAILING Formwork Drawings Manual Example 2010

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  • Tutorial for AutoCAD Structural Detailing

    - Formwork Drawings 2010

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  • AutoCAD Structural Detailing - Formwork Drawings - Examples Page: 1

    1. EXAMPLE OF APPLICATION OF THE AUTOCAD STRUCTURAL DETAILING - FORMWORK DRAWINGS PROGRAM: PROJECT OF A BUILDING Use AutoCAD Structural Detailing - Formwork Drawings for preparing a project of a building and the appropriate drawings (foundation plan, plans of stories, vertical sections through the building, formwork drawings of single structure elements). The drawing below shows a 3D view of a defined building.

    To use this documentation, follow these basic usage rules:

    Any icon symbol - click the icon with the left mouse button. {x} - select the x option from the dialog. text - enter the underlined text on the command line of the program, and press Enter. LMC and RMC - use the mouse buttons (Left Mouse Click and Right Mouse Click, respectively).

    To start AutoCAD Structural Detailing - Formwork Drawings, click on the desktop (or click Start menu > AutoCAD Structural Detailing), and then select the Formwork Drawings module. The software will include options (such as an extended menu, an additional toolbar, tabs and the Object Inspector dialog) for making structure model and drawings.

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    1.1 Definition of a workframe

    Performed Operation Description

    1. (Insert rectangular workframe)

    The option is used to define a rectangular workframe, which makes definition of a structure model on the plane easier. The Workframe dialog displays. NOTE 1: If the Workframes toolbar does not display, RMC the top right corner of the screen (where there are no toolbars), and click Formwork Drawings > Workframes.

    Specify workframe parameters as shown below.

    2. LMC the Description of axis tab Selects the numbering of horizontal axes 1,2,3 and vertical ones A,B,C

    3. LMC the Representation tab Specify the parameters as shown below.

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    4. Save Confirms the workframe definition.

    5. (Insert) Creates a workframe based on parameters defined in the dialog. You are prompted, in the command line, to indicate the workframe insertion point.

    6. LMC any point in the graphical viewer

    Defines the workframe insertion point, and you are prompted to define the workframe orientation.

    7. LMC any point to define the workframe orientation in the x direction

    Inserts the workframe (the rectangular workframe displays in the drawing that shows all the defined workframes).

    8. (Insert circular workframe) The option is used to define a circular workframe, which makes definition of a structure model on the plane easier. The Workframe dialog displays.

    Specify workframe parameters as shown below.

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    9. LMC the Description of axis tab Specify workframe parameters as shown below.

    10. For Angular distribution, click The Description of workframe axes dialog displays.

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    11. OK Closes the Description of workframe axes dialog.

    12. LMC the Representation tab Selects the same parameters as for the definition of Workframe_1.

    13. Save Confirms the workframe definition.

    14. (Insert) Creates a workframe based on parameters defined in the dialog. You are prompted to indicate the workframe insertion point.

    15. F3 Activates the OSNAP function that allows locating automatically characteristic points (this key should be pressed only if the function is turned off).

    16. LMC point C-4 Defines the workframe insertion point, and you are prompted to define the workframe orientation.

    17. LMC point C-5 Inserts the workframe (the workframe view is displayed below).

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    1.2 Definition of objects in the structure model 1.2.1 Definition of walls

    1. (Wall)

    The option enables definition of walls in a structure model. The Wall: definition dialog displays, with default values of all parameters.

    2. (Points) Selects the way of defining walls by defining the beginning and end points of a wall in a plan of a building story.

    3. To define walls, LMC points (A-2,A-4,C-4,C-3), and press Enter. Using the same method, define successive walls: (C-1,E-1);(F-3,F-5,E-5);(C-6,D-6) (see the drawing below)

    Defines walls.

    4. Close Closes the WALL: definition dialog.

    5. LMC select walls between points (A-4,C-4) and (C-4,C-3) (marked in green in the drawing below)

    Selects walls.

    6. RMC, and click Modify Selecting this from the context menu opens the WALL: definition dialog.

    7. In the WALL: definition dialog, on the Section tab, select: Thickness 200 Material - Brick

    Modifies parameters of selected walls.

    8. Close Closes the WALL: definition dialog.

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    1.2.2 Definition of beams

    1. (Beam)

    Lets you define beams in a structure model. The BEAM: definition dialog displays, with default values of all parameters.

    2. (Points)

    Selects the method of defining beams by defining the beginning and end points of a beam in a plan of a building story. You are prompted to pick the beginning point.

    3. To define beams, LMC points (A-2,A-1,C-1), and press Enter. Using the same method, define successive beams: (E-1,E-3);(A-3,F-3);(D-3,D-6); (D-5,E-5) In the drawing below, beams are marked in red

    Defines beams.

    4. (Arc) Selects the method of defining beams by giving 3 successive points of an arc belonging to a beam in a plan of a building story. You are prompted to select the first point.

    5. LMC 3 successive points lying on the arc (C-6,A10-center of the arc,A-4), and press Enter (see the drawing below)

    Defines an arc-shaped beam on the external axis of the circular workframe.

    6. Close Closes the BEAM: definition dialog.

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    1.2.3 Definition of columns

    1. (Column) The option enables definition of columns in a structure model. The COLUMNS: definition dialog displays, with default values of all parameters.

    2. (Insert) Selects the way of defining columns by indicating a point in the plan of a building story. The following text will appear in the command line: Pick insertion point.

    3. LMC points: A-1,E-1,C-3,D-3,F-3,D-5,D-6, and press Enter

    Defines columns.

    4. On the Section tab of the COLUMN: definition dialog, for Name, select column D30

    Selects parameters of round columns.

    5. (Insert) Selects the way of defining columns. The following text will appear in the command line: Pick insertion point.

    6. LMC intersection of axes I and II with axis of arc-shaped beam

    Defines round columns.

    7. Close Closes the COLUMN: definition dialog.

    8. (SW Isometric) Selects an axonometric structure

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