what does BF, BE and TF, TE mean in CSI detailer
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what does BF, BE and TF, TE mean in CSI detailer
#1
what does the abbreviations CSI detailer mean
Please direct me towards some documentations also, Thanks

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#2
I would like to know how to make detail like this in Etabs.
Thanks.
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#3
You have to export a storey into SAFE format and then analyze, design and then use detailer built into CSI SAFE.
Can you explain the abbreviations
I think
BF=Bottom Face
BE=?
TF=Top Face
TE=?
T=?
TC=?
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#4
BF=Bottom Face
BE=Bottom END (on edge)
TF=Top Face
TE=Top END (on edge)
T=Top (only - generically on top)
TC=Top Centre
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#5
Ok it makes sense for beam but if you look at the slab detailing in top picture then how do i interpret it i.e. Bottom edge does not make sense
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#6
I believe,

BF=Bottom Face
BE=Bottom extra
TF=Top Face
TE=Top extra
TC=Top continious

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