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  Monday February 12 2018
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Hello,

I am looking for a Revit family (.rfa) of embedded strip, which fits into the slab, and which subtracts the concrete volume of the slab so as not to create duplicates in the schedule.
In addition, it should appear in dotted lines in structural plan view (upwards).
Thank you very much...
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#8233
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Hello,
If the BN is attached to the slab, the volume is subtracted from the BN
For the dotted lines, just add broken lines in your family (See PJ)
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Hello,
Thank you for that answer. After having attached the BN (see your attachment) to the slab, the volume of the latter has not changed, whereas with a classic BA beam, the volume is indeed subtracted.
To take a BA beam is to use it as BN would be the solution, except that it no longer appears when it is embedded in the slab, even by applying a filter to it with a parameter of type yes / no created to specify that c ' is indeed a flooded strip and apply a dotted line style to it.
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Hello,
My attachment is a classic BA beam so it subtracts the volumes of the compression table.
When its thickness is equal to e of the slab, the volume is almost zero. the difference with other families, on this one when it is flooded we see discontinuous lines appear.
I don't understand why it doesn't work with you
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Hello Akli
It works the same for me, it's just that I wanted to specify in 2 different nomenclatures the slab volume and the flooded tape volume.
After that it is debatable indeed, since the 2 are cast together ...
Thanks again.
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If you want the reverse (subtract the volume of the slab) / in attached- toggle the order of the junctions.
Otherwise the dotted line problem has been solved?
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It's ok for volumes with the "switch the order of junctions" tool, but suddenly it's not good for the representation. The dotted lines are there, but the perimeter of the cut slab also appears from above, but in a continuous line ...
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Personally, I dealt with this problem as follows:
- Frame family common to "classic" beams
- Using a Boolean parameter "Wetband", the 3d massing is masked (visibility) and 2d dotted lines appear in plan
- The volume of the beam is then zero (no duplicate with the slab)
- Floor nomenclature shows the quantity of concrete
- The volume of the BN can be output by calculated value in a dedicated framework nomenclature
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Hello,

I have the same problem with the embedded bands, they are pointed but when I cut the slab it forms a continuous line, so it's not good for the representation.
how can i fix this problem?
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