Offshore (194)

Tekla Structures
2021
Tekla Structures

Offshore (194)

Offshore (194) creates a beam-to-beam welded connection, which also creates a haunch for different depth beams. The haunch is made of the same size profile as the smaller beam. You can control the length and depth of the cuts and the required welding.

Objects created

  • Haunch plates

  • Welds

Use for

Situation Description

Welded offshore connection with haunch plates.

Selection order

  1. Select the main part (beam).

  2. Select the secondary part (beam).

    The connection is created automatically when the secondary part is selected.

Part identification key

Description

1

Haunch plate

Picture tab

Use the Picture tab to define the connection dimensions and chamfers.

Dimensions

Description

1

Chamfer size at the top flange.

2

Chamfer radius.

3

Depth of the secondary part cut.

4

Length of the secondary part cut.

5

Chamfer size at the bottom flange for line and convex chamfers.

Gap distance

Description

1

Gap distance for the haunched beam flange.

Chamfer type

Option Description

Default

No chamfer

AutoDefaults can change this option.

No chamfer

Line chamfer

Convex chamfer

Parts tab

Use the Parts tab to define whether the haunch is created as a profile or as a plate.

Parts

Option Description

Beam, Web plate, Flange plates

The haunch profile is the same as that of the supported secondary beam.

Option

Description

Default

Pos_No

Prefix and start number for the part position number.

Some components have a second row of fields where you can enter the assembly position number.

The default part start number is defined in the Components settings in File menu > Settings > Options.

Material

Material grade.

The default material is defined in the Part material box in the Components settings in File menu > Settings > Options.

Name

Name that is shown in drawings and reports.

General tab

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General tab

Design tab

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Design tab

Analysis tab

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Analysis tab

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