Defines actions on surfaces – plates, walls. The surface load is defined on the whole slab automatically. If only a part of the main slab is supposed to be subject to this load, a subregion (StructuralSurfaceMemberRegion) must be defined inside the main slab.
Name of the column header
Type of data
Value example or enum definition
Human readable unique name of the force
Specifies the base direction of the load
This property defines what the load is caused by, E.g. Standard, Wind, Snow, Self weight, Hoar Frost, Predefined, Plane Load, Water Pond, Water Pressure, Soil Pressure, Generated Water, Generated Soil
On 2D member
On 2D member region
On 2D member distribution
Specifies on which type of object the load acts
Specifies the size of the load in kiloNewtons per square meter.
yes, if Force action = On 2D member
The name of the StructuralSurfaceMember to which is the surface load related to
2D Member Region
yes, if Force action = On 2D member region
The name of the StructuralSurfaceMemberRegion to which is the surface load related to
2D Member Distribution
yes, if Force action = 2D Member Distribution
The name of the StructuralSurfaceActionDistri to which is the surface load related to.
The name of the load case to which the force belongs
Defines the co-ordinate system of the member in which the load is applied
Specifies whether the load is "put directly on an inclined 2D member" or whether the "projection on plan" is defined.
Is filled for objects created be dividing curved geometry to series of straight line objects. Parent ID will ensure that curved edge is imported as straight parts to nonsupporting application, and back to original supporting application as curved geometry.
To ensure successful round trip of segmented objects and their related objects, Parent ID needs to be present in both directions.
Unique attribute designation