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Wall conection to slab

Noro
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For some reason my wall is not going all the way down to concrete slab despite of being connected to the concrete slab. As you can see, the other walls are connected to the slab as wall and they are displayed correctly.

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ArchiMind
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Hello @Noro,

 

It looks like the material priority issue. Could you check if your insulation material is of higher strength than the wall material.

 

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Stefan

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Lingwisyer
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That is a really odd situation you have got there with the wall cutting half way through one of your insulation layers. Would you be able to provide an image of your floor composite settings? Is that wall a Complex Profile?

 

 

Ling.

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Yes, masonry wall have higher strength than insulation, otherwise wall wouldn't cut trough first raw of insulation. 

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Could you explain it litlle more? What do you mean by composite settings? And wall isn't profile if you mean that.

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Hey @Noro,

From what I can see in the picture masonry and insulation are the same strength, if not could be that some other element is cutting that part of the wall (for example beam, that has stronger priority material). If you want you could send me the file so i could check it up.

 

Cheers,

Stefan 

 

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It may seems like same strength, but it is different by 8 units.

DGSketcher
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The presence of six nodes and the slightly odd hatch pattern suggest you may have two objects occupying the same space. With the same selection use View Selection in 3D from the context menu and see if that sheds some light on what is happening.

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8. Bottom, floor, top of finish, top of wall. But they said it is not a Profile...

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Missed the two at the floor. From the displacement it looks like two walls with a door in one of them.

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