The entity IfcRelConnectsWithEccentricity adds the definition of eccentricity to the connection between a structural member and a structural connection (representing either a node or support).
Assignment of a globally unique identifier within the entire software world.
Assignment of the information about the current ownership of that object, including owning actor, application, local identification and information captured about the recent changes of the object,
Optional name for use by the participating software systems or users. For some subtypes of IfcRoot the insertion of the Name attribute may be required. This would be enforced by a where rule.
Optional description, provided for exchanging informative comments.
Reference to an instance of IfcStructuralMember (or its subclasses) which is connected to the specified structural connection.
Reference to an instance of IfcStructuralConnection (or its subclasses) which is connected to the specified structural member.
Conditions which define the connections properties. Connection conditions are often called "release" but are not only used to define mechanisms like hinges but also rigid, elastic, and other conditions.
Describes additional connection properties.
Defines the 'supported length' of this structural connection. See Fig. for more detail.
Defines a coordinate system used for the description of the connection properties in ConnectionCondition relative to the local coordinate system of RelatingStructuralMember. If left unspecified, the placement IfcAxis2Placement3D((x,y,z), ?, ?) is implied with x,y,z being the local member coordinates where the connection is made and the default axes directions being in parallel with the local axes of RelatingStructuralMember.
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The connection constraint explicitly states the eccentricity between a structural member and a structural connection by means of two topological objects (vertex and vertex, or edge and edge, or face and face).
Ownership, history, and merge state is captured using IfcOwnerHistory.
IfcRoot assigns the globally unique ID. In addition it may provide for a name and a description about the concept.
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ENTITY IfcRelConnectsWithEccentricity SUBTYPE OF (IfcRelConnectsStructuralMember); ConnectionConstraint : IfcConnectionGeometry; END_ENTITY;