Top Mesh in Sloping Slabs

Last modified by Catalin Turluc on 2024/05/23 11:59

We've added a new feature in IMPACT for Revit which makes it possible to insert the top mesh in sloping slabs. 

When applying RC template in sloping slabs, the top mesh is inserted considering the lowest point of the slope and also the cover settings from the RC template. 

The top mesh in sloping slabs can be inserted by having the RC template configured with any option available of Horizontal Mesh from 'Placing' - Facing Bottom (both), Facing Inwards, Facing Outwards and Facing Top (both). 

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Figure 1 - Horizontal mesh options in RC template 

In the next example, we configured the RC template with Horizontal Mesh set to 'Facing Bottom (both)'. There is a distance of 30mm from mesh to top side of the element and a distance of 30mm from mesh to bottom side of the element. The cover is set to 25mm. 

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Figure 2 - RC template configuration

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Figure 3 - Top mesh inserted considering the lowest point of the slope

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