Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding path reinforcing, part of Creating Concrete Buildings with Revit Structure.
…When we want our bars to go around our perimeter or along the edge…of a slab and bend down into…the supporting structure, we use path reinforcing.…The objective of this video is to add path…reinforcing to the east side of our level one slab.…Then we'll cut a section and look at the rebar settings and how they bend.…So, to get started, let's go down to level…one in the structural plans under the Project Browser.…Let's go over to the east side of our building.…Select your slab by just hovering over the perimeter.…Once you see the entire slab light up, pick it.…
Under the Reinforcement tab, go ahead and click on Path.…Notice that we have some layout rules.…We're going to go maximum spacing.…We don't need an additional offset.…If we do this, this will push the bars down into the slab a little more.…We can go by layers.…Bar spacing again.…We're going to use number fours, at five foot.…We're going to use a standard 90 degree hook.…Let's leave the rest to be default.…What I want to do is, on the Draw panel, go ahead and click…
- Creating levels
- Creating a structural grid
- Adding single and multiple columns
- Laying foundations
- Creating perimeter framing and pan joists
- Placing concrete slabs
- Reinforcing with rebar
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting the Stage
4. Concrete Framing
5. Structural Slabs
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