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Figure 5311 Exterior view of the 15-story medical office building Just a little more modeling and the model can be used for a variety of other purposes (Image courtesy of Turner Construction, Seattle, Washington)
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Author s Comment Greg Luth has a structural engineering practice in Santa Clara, California He contributed the following case study for a four-story steel structure to show the capabilities of Tekla software Greg is dedicated to getting the most out of the tools he uses for the design and development of steel and concrete structures He is an inspiration to structural engineers and fabricators, and has gone to great lengths to introduce and implement the state of the art technological advances that are available in this profession Since a picture is worth a thousand words, please enjoy the images Greg shares of his creative approach to solving structural challenges with Tekla models
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by Gregory P Luth, SE, PhD See Figs 541 to 546
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Figure 541 This is a Tekla model of a four-story building in a high seismic region at the end of design development The building utilizes composite steel floors and an innovative energy-dissipating ductile in-filled concrete wall system on the exterior that provides a robust substrate for a Venetian stucco fa ade (Image courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc)
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Figure 542 With Tekla we virtually build the building from the foundations up (Image courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc) See also color insert
The 3D assembly drawings, such as the one showing the footing reinforcing, dowels, and wall reinforcing for the L footing and wall cast against the retention system, are much clearer than 2D placing drawings (which themselves have become rare) and can be used as placing diagrams for the rebar Tekla will provide a complete bar list with
Figure 543 In this schematic design model we are not showing the concrete slabs and decks Both the concrete and the deck right down to the flutes will be shown in the final model At any point in the design we can pull off quantities of steel, concrete, and metal deck (Image courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc)
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Figure 544 (a) We can model all the reinforcing in Tekla such as the U bars around these windows We can show recesses and inserts required to accommodate the stone trim in the fa ade (b) With Tekla, we can model all the steel connections either conceptually or for final detailing We can hand off the model to the detailers or complete it ourselves (Images courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc) See also color insert for image b
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Figure 545 All details of the structure can be incorporated into the Tekla model Unlike other 3D design tools, the Tekla model is the detailing model Beam penetrations can be incorporated into the design model and integrated with 3D MEP shop drawing models for coordination purposes (Image courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc)
Figure 546 (a) Baseplates, anchor bolts, footings, and (b) foundation reinforcing are all part of the schematic design model (Images courtesy of Gregory P Luth & Assoc, Inc)
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