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For columns the following areas are provided in the Reinforcement Data dialog box:

Configuration of Reinforcement: Here you can specify rectangular or circular

reinforcement. You can if desired put circular reinforcement in a rectangular beam or

put rectangular reinforcement in a circular beam.

Lateral Reinforcement: If you have specified a rectangular configuration of

reinforcement then the only choice available to you here is ties. If you have specified

a circular configuration of reinforcement then you have an option of either ties or

spiral for the lateral (transverse) reinforcement.

Rectangular Reinforcement: This area is visible if you have chosen a rectangular

configuration of reinforcement. The following options are available in this area.

Cover to Rebar Center: This is the distance from the edge of the column to

the center of a longitudinal bar. In the special case of rectangular

reinforcement in a circular column the cover is taken to be the minimum

distance from the edge of the column to the center of a corner bar of the

rectangular reinforcement pattern.

Number of bars in 3-dir: This is the number of longitudinal reinforcing bars

(including corner rebar) on the two faces of the column that are parallel to the

local 3-axis of the section.

Number of bars in 2-dir: This is the number of longitudinal reinforcing bars

(including corner rebar) on the two faces of the column that are parallel to the

local 2-axis of the section.

Bar size: This is the specified size of reinforcing steel for the section. You can

only specify one bar size for a given concrete frame section property

Circular Reinforcement: This area is visible if you have chosen a circular

configuration of reinforcement. The following options are available in this area.

Cover to Rebar Center: This is the distance from the edge of the column to

the center of a longitudinal bar. In the special case of circular reinforcement in

a rectangular column the cover is taken to be the minimum distance from the

edge of the column to a circle drawn through the center of all the rebar in the

circular reinforcement pattern.

Number of bars: This is the number of longitudinal reinforcing bars in the

section.

Bar size: This is the specified size of reinforcing steel for the section. You can

only specify one bar size for a given concrete frame section property.

Check/Design: In this area you specify that when a member with this frame section

property is run through the Concrete Frame Design postprocessor the reinforcement

is either to be checked or to be designed. If the reinforcement is to be checked then

all information in the Reinforcement Data dialog box is used. If the reinforcement is

to be designed then all information in the Reinforcement Data dialog box is used

except the bar size is ignored and the total required steel area is calculated. For

design the configuration of reinforcement, lateral reinforcement and cover is used.

If you specify reinforcing in a concrete column frame section property that is

specified using the section designer utility then the Concrete Frame Design

postprocessor either checks the column for the specified reinforcing or designs new

reinforcing depending on the option you selected when you specified the section.

For columns the following areas are provided in the Reinforcement Data

dialog box:

Configuration of Reinforcement: Here you can specify rectangular or circular reinforcement.

You can if desired put circular reinforcement in a rectangular beam or

put rectangular reinforcement in a circular beam.

Lateral Reinforcement: If you have specified a rectangular configuration of reinforcement

then the only choice available to you here is ties. If you have specified a

circular configuration of reinforcement then you have an option of either ties or spiral

for the lateral (transverse) reinforcement.

Rectangular Reinforcement: This area is visible if you have chosen a rectangular

configuration of reinforcement. The following options are available in this area.

Cover to Rebar Center: This is the distance from the edge of the column to the

center of a longitudinal bar. In the special case of rectangular reinforcement in a

circular column the cover is taken to be the minimum distance from the edge of the

column to the center of a corner bar of the rectangular reinforcement pattern.

Number of bars in 3-dir: This is the number of longitudinal reinforcing bars (including

corner rebar) on the two faces of the column that are parallel to the local 3axis of the section.

Number of bars in 2-dir: This is the number of longitudinal reinforcing bars (including

corner rebar) on the two faces of the column that are parallel to the local 2axis of the section.

Bar size: This is the specified size of reinforcing steel for the section. You can only

specify one bar size for a given concrete frame section property.

Circular Reinforcement: This area is visible if you have chosen a circular configuration

of reinforcement. The following options are available in this area.

Cover to Rebar Center: This is the distance from the edge of the column to the

center of a longitudinal bar. In the special case of circular reinforcement in a rectangular

column the cover is taken to be the minimum distance from the edge of

these thicknesses are the same but they can be different. For instance

they may be different if you are trying to model full shell behavior for a corrugated

metal deck.

The membrane thickness is used for calculating:

The membrane stiffness for full shell and pure membrane sections.

The element volume for element self-mass and self-weight calculations.

The bending thickness is used for calculating the plate-bending and transverseshearing stiffnesses for full shell and pure plate sections.

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