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655 655  
656 656  = Point Definition with Co-ordinates =
657 657  
658 +Points can be defined with their co-ordinates in (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Descartes**(%%) or (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Cylindrical co-ordinate systems**(%%).
658 658  
659 -Points can be defined with their co-ordinates in [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Descartes**>>path:#_Descartes_Orthogonal_Co-ordinate]](%%) or [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Cylindrical co-ordinate systems**>>path:#_Cylindrical_Co-ordinate_System]](%%).
660 +(% style="text-align:center" %)
661 +[[image:1584538716679-278.png]]
660 660  
661 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image016.png||alt="co-ordinates Cylindrical.png"]] [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image017.png||alt="co-ordinates Descartes.png"]] [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image018.png||alt="csystempoint copy.png"]]
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663 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
663 663  Figure: Co-ordinate system types for point definition
664 664  
666 +Point co-ordinates can be defined in various unit types available at (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Settings > Units**(%%) (//Length// and //Angle//).
665 665  
666 -Point co-ordinates can be defined in various unit types available at [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Settings > Units**>>path:#Units_dialog]](%%) (//Length// and //Angle//).
668 +The crosshair cursor position can be displayed on the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Status bar**(%%) in the //Descartes// or in the //Cylindrical// co-ordinate system by clicking the [[image:1584538745675-880.png]] symbol of the //Co-ordinate box//.
667 667  
668 -The crosshair cursor position can be displayed on the [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Status bar**>>path:#_Status_Bar]](%%) in the //Descartes// or in the //Cylindrical// co-ordinate system by clicking the [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image019.png||alt="icon_COORD"]] symbol of the //Co-ordinate box//.
669 -
670 670  == Descartes Orthogonal Co-ordinate System ==
671 671  
672 672  (Cartesian co-ordinate system)
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681 681  
682 682  == Co-ordinate Definition Modes ==
683 683  
684 +Point co-ordinates can be defined by typing them in the //Command line// or the**// //**//Co-ordinate box// of the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Status Bar**,(%%) or just by mouse-clicking combined with the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Object snap tools**(%%) in the drawing area or in special points.
684 684  
685 -Point co-ordinates can be defined by typing them in the //Command line// or the**// //**//Co-ordinate box// of the [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Status Bar**,>>path:#_Status_Bar]](%%) or just by mouse-clicking combined with the [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Object snap tools**>>path:#_Object_Snap_Tools]](%%) in the drawing area or in special points.
686 -
687 687  == Absolute co-ordinate definition ==
688 688  
689 689  Co-ordinates of a point are defined as distances/positions from a co-ordinate system origin.
690 690  
690 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
691 +[[image:1584538775022-864.png]]
691 691  
692 -
693 -|(((
694 -**Command line**
695 -)))
696 -
697 -|(((
698 -**Co-ordinate box**
699 -)))
700 -
701 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image020.png||alt="Absolute co-ordinates given in Command line and Co-ordinate box.png"]]
702 -
703 -
693 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
704 704  Figure: Absolute co-ordinates given in Command line and Co-ordinate box
705 705  
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707 -
708 708  | |(% colspan="2" %)**Descartes Orthogonal System**|(% colspan="2" %)**Cylindrical co-ordinate system**
709 709  | |(((
710 710  **Global co-ordinate**
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730 730  
731 731  Example:
732 732  
733 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image021.png||alt="figure_commandlineDESCAR"]]
721 +[[image:1584538808407-785.png]]
734 734  )))|-|(((
735 735  P_a1_d1
736 736  
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737 737  
738 738  Example:
739 739  
740 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image022.png||alt="figure_commandlinePOLAR"]]
728 +[[image:1584538814135-664.png]]
741 741  )))
742 -|Co-ordinate box|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image023.png||alt="COORD- 2D Des-model.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image024.png||alt="COORD- 2D Des-UCS.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image025.png||alt="COORD- 2D Cyl-model.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image026.png||alt="COORD- 2D Cyl-UCS.png"]]
730 +|Co-ordinate box|[[image:1584538803237-696.png]]|[[image:1584538819898-514.png]]|[[image:1584538823960-275.png]]|[[image:1584538828297-218.png]]
743 743  | |(% colspan="4" %)**3D**
744 744  |Command line|-|(((
745 745  X_Y_Z or X,Y,Z
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747 747  
748 748  Example:
749 749  
750 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image027.png||alt="figure_commandlineDESCAR3d"]]
738 +[[image:1584538835860-291.png]]
751 751  )))|-|(((
752 752  P_a1_d1_d2
753 753  
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754 754  
755 755  Example:
756 756  
757 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image028.png||alt="figure_commandlinePOLAR3d"]]
745 +[[image:1584538840880-630.png]]
758 758  )))
759 -|Co-ordinate box|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image029.png||alt="COORD- 3D Des-Model.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image030.png||alt="COORD- 3D Des-UCS.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image031.png||alt="COORD- 3D Cyl-Model.png"]]|[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image032.png||alt="COORD- 3D Cyl-UCS.png"]]
747 +|Co-ordinate box|[[image:1584538846439-830.png]]|[[image:1584538851707-244.png]]|[[image:1584538856448-486.png]]|[[image:1584538860513-119.png]]
760 760  
749 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
761 761  Table: Absolute co-ordinate definition modes
762 762  
763 -
764 -
765 765  **Rules of co-ordinate definition:**
766 766  
767 767  * Co-ordinates given in //Command line// are valid only in //UCS//. But, if the //UCS// and //Global system// are in the same position (same origin and same axis directions), the defined point will be in the similar position in both two systems.
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792 792  
793 793  Example:
794 794  
795 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image033.png||alt="figure_commandlineREL2D"]]
782 +[[image:1584538888243-426.png]]
796 796  )))|(((
797 797  Launch the //Co-ordinate box// dialog, change //Origin// to Last point, and give the distance co-ordinates.
798 798  
799 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image034.png||alt="icon_LastPoint"]]
786 +[[image:1584538881948-886.png]]
800 800  
801 801  Example:
802 802  
803 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image035.png||alt="CORDINATES.png"]]
790 +[[image:1584538892644-503.png]]
804 804  )))
805 805  | |(% colspan="2" %)**3D**
806 806  | |(((
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814 814  
815 815  Example:
816 816  
817 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image036.png||alt="figure_commandlineREL3D"]]
804 +[[image:1584539393493-908.png]]
818 818  )))|(((
819 819  Launch the //Co-ordinate box// dialog, change //Origin// to Last point, and give the distance co-ordinates.
820 820  
821 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image034.png||alt="icon_LastPoint"]]
808 +[[image:1584539398203-636.png]]
822 822  
823 823  Example:
824 824  
825 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image037.png||alt="COORDINATES1.png"]]
812 +[[image:1584539402353-482.png]]
826 826  )))
827 827  
815 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
828 828  Table: Relative (A) co-ordinate definition modes
829 829  
830 830  
831 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image038.png||alt="relativeA.png"]]
819 +(% style="text-align:center" %)
820 +[[image:1584539411815-866.png]]
832 832  
822 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
833 833  Figure: Meaning of Relative (A) way in case of beam and plate definition
834 834  
835 835  === **Relative (B): Distance from a selected point** ===
836 836  
837 -With the help of function key [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image039.png||alt="icon_F12"]] and the //Co-ordinate dialog box//, a point can be defined from the point on which the cross-hair cursor is left. The steps of definition:
827 +With the help of function key [[image:1584539434842-740.png]] and the //Co-ordinate dialog box//, a point can be defined from the point on which the cross-hair cursor is left. The steps of definition:
838 838  
839 -1. Leave the cursor above the required point found by one of the [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Object snap tools**>>path:#_Object_Snap_Tools]](%%), which you would like to define the distance from.
840 -1. Click [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image039.png||alt="icon_F12"]] function key.
829 +1. Leave the cursor above the required point found by one of the (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**Object snap tools**(%%), which you would like to define the distance from.
830 +1. Click [[image:1584539435991-327.png]] function key.
841 841  1. Set the distance co-ordinates in the //Co-ordinate dialog// according to a selected co-ordinate system.
842 842  
843 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image040.png||alt="relativeB.png"]]
833 +(% style="text-align:center" %)
834 +[[image:1584539455451-155.png]]
844 844  
836 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
845 845  Figure: Column definition with the distance from a slab corner or from a beam endpoint (Relative (B) way)
846 846  
847 847  === **Relative (C): Point defined on line/edge with the distance from the end point** ===
848 848  
849 -With the help of function key [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image041.png||alt="icon_F11"]] and the //Co-ordinate dialog box//, a point can be placed accurately on a line/edge defined with a given distance from the closer end point of the line/edge. The steps of definition:
841 +With the help of function key [[image:1584539471935-788.png]] and the //Co-ordinate dialog box//, a point can be placed accurately on a line/edge defined with a given distance from the closer end point of the line/edge. The steps of definition:
850 850  
851 -1. Leave the cursor above the required line/edge found and next to its end point you would like to define the distance from. The [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image042.png||alt="icon_nearestRaster"]] [[(% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**“Nearest” Object snap tool**>>path:#_Object_Snap_Tools]](%%)**// //**helps you to find the line/edge.
852 -1. Click [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image041.png||alt="icon_F11"]] function key.
843 +1. Leave the cursor above the required line/edge found and next to its end point you would like to define the distance from. The [[image:1584539480933-120.png]] (% class="wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink wikiinternallink" %)**“Nearest” Object snap tool**(%%)**// //**helps you to find the line/edge.
844 +1. Click [[image:1584539472860-489.png]] function key.
853 853  1. Set the distance (d) from the closer end-point you left the cursor in the appeared dialog box.
854 854  
855 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image043.png||alt="relativeC.png"]]
847 +(% style="text-align:center" %)
848 +[[image:1584539487345-614.png]]
856 856  
850 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
857 857  Figure: Column definition on a beam by using the Relative (C) definition mode
858 858  
859 859  == Calculator ==
860 860  
861 -If you press [[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image044.png||alt="icon_c key"]] while defining numeric values in a field of a dialog box, the Windows //Calculator// comes up. It is automatically filled with the content of the edit box. When you close the //Calculator//, the value calculated or typed in it will be written into the numeric field. It can be used with both //Normal// and //Scientific// views of the //Calculator//.
855 +If you press [[image:1584539500131-310.png]] while defining numeric values in a field of a dialog box, the Windows //Calculator// comes up. It is automatically filled with the content of the edit box. When you close the //Calculator//, the value calculated or typed in it will be written into the numeric field. It can be used with both //Normal// and //Scientific// views of the //Calculator//.
862 862  
863 -[[image:file:///C:/Users/Fredrik/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image045.png||alt="calculator.png"]]
857 +(% style="text-align:center" %)
858 +[[image:1584539505653-872.png]]
864 864  
860 +(% style="text-align: center;" %)
865 865  Figure: Calculator used in numeric fields of dialog boxes
866 866  
867 867  = Working Plane =
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