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8 8  The "Link general data between load combinations" options allows for having these general settings be the same for all load combinations for the current element (default) or individually set per load combinations to simulate different environmental considerations in the element life cycle. Values dependent on these general values (such as cover values) are calculated from the worst case among the load combinations.
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11 -For Danish annex, the General header holds two additional settings regarding partial coefficients for concrete. The first setting governs whether the element is prefabricated or not (in-situ), **EN1992-1-1 Table 2.1a NA** [1]. The other indicates the inspection level (Tightened, Normal, or Relaxed), **EN1992-1-1 Table 2.1c (γ3)**.
11 +[[[[image:92848_-_denmark_flag.png]] Danish Annex>>doc:PRE-Stress.Codes and standards.WebHome]]
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13 +The General header holds two additional settings regarding partial coefficients for concrete. The first setting governs whether the element is prefabricated or not (in-situ), **EN1992-1-1 Table 2.1a NA** [1]. The other indicates the inspection level (Tightened, Normal, or Relaxed), **EN1992-1-1 Table 2.1c (γ3)**.
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14 14  The Strength class dropdown has an additional menu, accessed by pressing the **[...]** button. This opens a menu with options for viewing the design values for the currently selected material or entering a user-defined material.
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