IFC 4.3.0.1 (IFC4X3) development

4.3.3.6 Tendon Type Attributes

Reinforcing may be further described according to physical characteristics.

The following diagram shows the generic classes and relationships used when applying this concept. In addition, concepts may have particular importance to common or standardised industry practices and scenarios. For these specific usage scenarios, the tables below shows a recommended list of general usage patterns that users may adopt.

G IfcTendonType IfcTendonType 1. GlobalId [1:1] 2. OwnerHistory [0:1] 3. Name [0:1] 4. Description [0:1]      HasAssignments [0:?]      Nests [0:1]      IsNestedBy [0:?]      HasContext [0:1]      IsDecomposedBy [0:?]      Decomposes [0:1]      HasAssociations [0:?] 5. ApplicableOccurrence [0:1] 6. HasPropertySets [1:?]      Types [0:1] 7. RepresentationMaps [1:?] 8. Tag [0:1]      ReferencedBy [0:?] 9. ElementType [0:1] 10. PredefinedType [1:1] 11. NominalDiameter [0:1] 12. CrossSectionArea [0:1] 13. SheathDiameter [0:1] IfcPositiveLengthMeasure_0 IfcPositiveLengthMeasure IfcTendonType:NominalDiameter1->IfcPositiveLengthMeasure_0:IfcPositiveLengthMeasure0 IfcAreaMeasure IfcAreaMeasure IfcTendonType:CrossSectionArea1->IfcAreaMeasure:IfcAreaMeasure0 IfcPositiveLengthMeasure_1 IfcPositiveLengthMeasure IfcTendonType:SheethDiameter1->IfcPositiveLengthMeasure_1:IfcPositiveLengthMeasure0
Figure 4.3.3.6.A

General Usage

ApplicableEntity
IfcTendonType
Table 4.3.3.6.B

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