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Barrier Report Input

There are three built-in verification methods in RocFall. When you right-click on the barrier in the Results mode, you can select to generate a barrier report with either of the following methods:

  1. UNI 11211 (the Italian design guidelines)
  2. ONR 24810 (the Austrian design guidelines)
  3. Non-Factored Method

If you select the Non-Factored Method, no factors will be applied when comparing the barrier's impact energy, height, and elongation. The only extra user input required is the design impact energy percentile and the separation distance (minimum distance from the barrier to the infrastructure).

Click on the links above to see detailed explanations of the required inputs for the other two methods.

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