I just modify the model following PDF ridge setting-out - hope this is correct ... ( not by superimposing the image )
Ok, thanks. I use the new wall as reference.paullee wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 9:27 amI just modify the model following PDF ridge setting-out - hope this is correct ... ( not by superimposing the image )
Not sure if the figures I picked from the PDF are consistent indeed.thschrader wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:27 am This has an effect of the column-height in axis 1 (+180 mm, when pink/green axis in sketcher are set parallel).
The outer prefabricated frames an the inner wall must act as a "shear-wall" to get stability of the wooden frame/roof.
The inner wall-panels a boltet to the middle-beam and the rebars in the floor.
I will run a statics calculation of the frame, lets see how it works with FC-FEM and my commercial software.
Looks interesting, need more explanation on the diagram pleasethschrader wrote: ↑Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:57 pm Loading:
snow 75 kg/m^2 on roof, payload 200 kg/m^2 upper floor, no selfweights.
The beam under the upper floor with cross section 50x200 mm seems too weak.
(double the calculated stress of 5 MPa, in reality there are hinges at the ends)
Some walls are still missing...