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Wed, Feb 25, 2009 at 3:21:05 PM | Structural Discipline Type of Parameter

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Moment of Inertia Type of Paramter would be great.  I help students do their structural calculations using Revit Scheduals, but everything structural has something to do with Moment of Inertia.  Granted I can force it by putting in in*in*in*in  in the equations but this is really anoying and can cause some unit errors.  I was baffeled that they had linear moment and not moment of inertia.  Really when was the last time kip*ft per ft was a paramter on a building?

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