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    How i can insert reinforeced concrete beam that connect between slab and wall?

    Hi, How i can insert reinforeced concrete beam that connect between slab and wall? i mean the hatched one , because the trick is the connection between wall and slab,please tell me by steps if it is possible.
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    #2
    From bottom to top in your image:

    Wall: from level below to bottom of beam: Concrete
    Wall: drawn as height of beam, Concrete
    Floor: top of floor at same level as top of Wall drawn as beam above: Concrete. Join Geometry tool between floor and beam (wall)
    Wall: From top of floor to next level up: Concrete

    You could use a Concrete Beam instead of a wall. Key is to use Join Geometry to make it look like your image.
    Last edited by Scott D Davis; October 9, 2011, 05:09 AM.
    Scott D Davis
    Sr. AEC Technical Specialist
    Autodesk, Inc.
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      #3
      you don't have to make changes to height of the walls. Just join all the intersecying elements in pairs of two(use tab to select if necessary)
      About the way you insert a beam i usualy like a 3D method like this:
      -first be sure you already have the columns inserted per level(so the height of the column is limited to that level)
      -than go to 3D view
      -than select a wall and temporary hide the category
      -than select a floor and temporary hide the category
      -than chose the beam and check 3d snap
      -than click between top of your columns per every level where yo want to put beams.
      -in the end in yours sections or in a 3d section you can start to join beams with the floor and walls.

      of course you can put beams also in plan view just be sure to be in level 2 if you want beams in top of level 1. I know it's unnatural for architects but is logical if you think structural.

      p.s. if after the beam placement you will see in plan views that your columns hatch is not cutting anymore the walls hatch than see this thread and use the attached families from there(concrete beam and column).
      http://www.revitforum.org/architectu....html#post9799
      Last edited by gaby424; October 9, 2011, 10:07 PM.

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        #4
        i still can not do it, i used join tool this reduce the heught of beam to be limited to slab but the line of intersection is still existing. i tried a lot in this anyone can help ?
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          #5
          the beam and the floor should have the exact same material. Then the line will dissapear.
          Also in that pictture the beam from the left side should be joined with the wall because you have some spots(or there are shodows there)
          Also the wall from upper flor should reach the concrete floor i think(bricks should stay on concrete). Now the walls are on the blue support/finish material. You should modify the floor structure so your blue finish to have a lower priority. This can be achived if you move your blue finish outside of the core layers(use up arrow) in the edit flore structure dialog.The core layer should be just the concrete part.
          Last edited by gaby424; October 13, 2011, 01:41 PM.

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            #6
            2011-10-13_1824 - gaby424's library

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              #7
              Thanks so much gaby for your time , you are good man i know.

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