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Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 8:44:21 PM | Could someone explain to me what's happening when I copy these beams?

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I have these 4 girders under the columns above them. As far as I know there's no attachment to the columns. There's a beam system between the four girders. When I copy the girders, columns & beam systems anywhere, the girders overextend themselves as shown in the screenshot. How can I better control this?



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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 2:59:12 PM | Could someone explain to me what's happening when I copy these beams?

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I guess, my best guess, is that the analytical lines are not catching.  You might try adjusting the lateral justification if the geometry works out.

 

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The start/end extension of the beams has a value.



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Wed, Sep 7, 2011 at 8:30:00 PM | Could someone explain to me what's happening when I copy these beams?

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how can I keep the start & end extensions from creating values on their own?  They seem to be created automatically as I copy/place/move beams.


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