May 20, 2015

How Do I Change the Slab Local Axes?

A new feature in RISAFoundation v7 is the ability to change the Local Axes for slabs. This is useful when you have a slab that is skewed from the global axis. RISAFoundation will perform the sliding and overturning checks based on the skewed local axis.

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You can access this ability from the Slabs spreadsheet and from the Modify Slabs dialog:

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With this new capability you can change this axis so that the results can be more flexible to your structure’s layout and geometry.

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