It is the name of the beam that appears in the plan, reports and drawings.
The profile used appears. By clicking the list, one of the previously defined profiles can be selected or a new profile can be selected from the dialog that opens when the Load Section button is clicked.
The material for the steel beam is selected.
By accessing the ready section library, a list of American and European finished rolling sections is reached and a selection is made from the list.
It is the value that determines the angle of the beam with respect to the beam axis. According to the given angle value, the beam is drawn by rotating around its axis.
It is the value determining the height of the steel beam from the floor base. Positive elevation raises the beam.
Right delta elevation
It is used to make inclined beams. It is the elevation value of the right end of the beam relative to the floor base.
Cas. filled hole count on the start/at the end
For honeycomb profiles, it is the number that determines how many holes the honeycomb spaces will start from the beginning and the end. The honeycomb beams will be full up to the given number.
Invert castella holes start point
For castella profiles, the starting point of the castella gaps is reversed. With this command, the placement of the castella beam gaps can be done from the end of the element.
These are the options that determine the delta of the beam in the plan according to its axis. It provides adjustment of 9 different offset in the placement of the beam on the axis. Select the relevant option in the diagram shown according to the beam section or enter any numerical value in the user-defined section.
The schematic drawing and dimensions of the selected section are shown.