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Wall Display intersection

sma2bim
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 The priority are good ,

but the lines of wall core continue to the outside of the other wall. 

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Barry Kelly
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Are you sure the outer skin of the vertical wall has a stronger building material than the core of the horizontal wall?

 

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sma2bim
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the wall have the same skins (plaster) 

The horizontal wall have stronger BM (and i need that) 

but the problem is in the intersection the two lines (of the core) continue to the skin of the vertical one ! 

i tried to change the reference lines of the two walls but nothing always bad display/intersection 


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You can try to change the reference line of the two walls to be at core outside.

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i tried , the same problem 


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Did you check to make sure the walls are ACTUALLY intersecting in 3D? Looks like they are since the interior skins are cleaning up.

 

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sma2bim
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Yes they are intersecting in 3D and 2D, the priorities are good. 

I tried to split the wall, but it is worst there no plaster in the end of the wall (i have tried also all the possibilities of the reference lines).


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This is the strengths I would be giving these building materials.

1 is the weakest and 5 is the strongest.

 

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5 needs to be stronger than 4 so it cuts 4 away at the end of the horizontal wall.

4 needs to be stronger than 3 if you want it to cut as per your image - but if you want 3 to continue through, it needs to be stronger than 4.

2 Needs to be weaker than 3 & 4 so it does not cut through them.

1 also need so be weaker than 3 so it does not cut though  and weaker than 2 if you don't want it to cut into 2.

 

So 1 & 5 can not be the same building material otherwise they will be too weak and 5 will not cut 4 or too strong and 1 will cut 2 and 3.

 

Without setting it all up for myself to test, that is what I would try.

 

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sma2bim
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It is impossible because 1,2 and 3 are the same material "Plaster"; 

If i will have two materials for the same one and check also every partition wall flip. It will be no benefit for a BIM moadel. 


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@sma2bim wrote:

It is impossible because 1,2 and 3 are the same material "Plaster"; 


I assume you mean 1,2 & 5 (not 3 - that is the wall core).

They can all be the same material - Plaster, but sometimes you will need an Internal Plaster and an External Plaster.

 

Another trick might be to add a very thin and very strong skin between 5 and 3 so 4 can't pass though it.

 

Barry.

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