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Wed, Dec 28, 2005 at 4:13:05 AM | Cantilevered tapered concrete beam with openings

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Sirs/Experts, Revit is newly introduced in our office and I was tasked to do one of our existing station. The station is consutructed with a funny waffle slab and long spanned cantilevered tapered beam. Can anyone please help me on how and where can I begin constructing the beam in revit and bit of how to please.... Many thanks! and more power to all revit users! RE-HK Post edited on 2005-12-27 22:14:46

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Wed, Dec 28, 2005 at 11:59:42 PM | RE: Tapered cantilevered beam with openings

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Is the cantilevered beam part of the footing? I'm going to assume (since you say 'tapered'Winking that it's an architectural feature. You need to create a beam like that with your massing tool - a tapered beam would probably be easiest with a solid sweep. If you haven't worked with massing yet however, try creating much simpler shapes first - it takes a while to understand how it works!

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Tue, Jan 3, 2006 at 2:08:27 AM | RE: Tapered cantilevered beam with openings

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Thanks...I guess I really have to go through basics... Ur time is very much appreciated! Regards, and Happy New Year! RE-HK

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Is the cantilevered beam part of the footing?

I'm going to assume (since you say 'tapered'Winking that it's an architectural feature. You need to create a beam like that with your massing tool - a tapered beam would probably be easiest with a solid sweep.

If you haven't worked with massing yet however, try creating much simpler shapes first - it takes a while to understand how it works!

I guess I'm a fast learner.... I've gone far on this already....the MTR Kowloon Bay Station in the Gallery is my first one...Thanks a lot!

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