If the bridge is modeled using the FCM Bridge Wizard function, the automatically generated group names are as follows:
The n-th segment of the m-th pier (activated in CSn+1) from the left.
The top of pier cap except for the bridge pier (activated in construction stage CS1) of the m-th pier.
The m-th bridge pier (activated in construction stage CS1).
The mth Key Segment from the left.
The pier of the m-th FSM segment from the left.
Applied to all Key Segments as FCM Camber Control.
All girders except for the bridge piers, including the main girders and diaphragm.
FCM Camber Control applied as support condition of pier diaphragm and connection node of PSC box girder bridge.
Support conditions of the pier and abutment (activated in construction stage CS1).
The rigid connection condition between the PSC box girder and the pier (activated in construction stage CS1).
The self-weight of the element (activated in construction stage CS1 and applied simultaneously with the creation of the element).
The post-tensioning force developed in the nth segment of the mth pier after construction. (activated in construction stage CSn+1)
The post-tensioning force in the lower tendon after construction of the m-th Key Seg.
The self-weight of the temporary formwork used for the construction of the nth segment (activated in construction stage CSn and deactivated in the next stage)
The self-weight of the temporary form traveler used for the construction of the last segment and assigned from the left side, is activated in construction stage CSf and deactivated for all other stages except for FTf-2 in CSf+2, where it is also deactivated, and is then converted to KeyFTm.
The self-weight of the temporary form traveler used for the construction of the m-th Key Seg. (activated in CSf+1, which is the next step after the last segment is constructed, and then gradually deactivated in subsequent steps)
The self-weight of Wet Concrete due to the placement of the n-th segment (activated in construction stage CSn and deactivated in CSn+1).
The self-weight of Wet Concrete due to ramming for the m-th Key Seg. from the left.
The additional load applied to the precast head and cantilever part during the construction of a Key Seg. with a difference in construction timing between the two ends.