Input data


- Dialog Boxes are extended by some explanation figures (Figure B-62).
- The values of data, if desired, can be displayed on the FE-Net (Figure B-63).
- The additional settlement can be defined graphically (Figure B-64).
- Boring fields can be defined graphically (Figure B-65).
- Boring logs can be inserted from a file (Figure B-66).
- Besides the definition of girder section by moment of inertia and torsion moment of inertia, the section can be also defined by its width and height (Figure B-67).

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Figure B-62 Dialog Box with explanation figure

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Figure B-63 Displaying values

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Figure B-64 Defining additional settlements

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Figure B-65 Defining boring fields

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Figure B-66 Inserting the boring log from file

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Figure B-67 Defining the girder section by width and height

- The stiffness of girders those have T / L-section can be simulated on the slab by using additional beam elements. The stiffness of the girder can be obtained through a replacement beam arranged in the center plan of the slab. The dimensions of the replacement beam can be determined as in  DIN 1075 or EC 2 (Figure B-68).
- When defining a set of data (for example FE-Net), another data with this set can be displayed (for example FE-Net with loads and boring locations) (Figure B-69).
- The date can be defined from the computer calendar (Figure B-70).
- When all data sets are defined and saved then changes are carried out to one set, the data that are affected by these changes can be automatically fixed (for example the data those are set outside the FE-Net) (Figure B-71).
- It is possible to import or export data to Microsoft Excel (Figure B-72).

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Figure B-68 Defining the girder of T /L-section

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Figure B-69 View grouping data

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Figure B-70 Defining the date from computer calendar

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Figure B-71 Fixing data outside FE-Net

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Figure B-72 Exporting and Importing data to MS-Excel

12 Enhancements in ELPLA 8.0