
Completing the ComponentTo move on to input of the remaining elements, click New on Elements Browser or Box Editor window. The screen should then appears ready for input of element 6, now empty or a copy of the last element. The next sequence of four overlapping elements describes the girder part of the aggregate: elem. 6, ext. plaster: X_1: 45 X_2: 405 Y_1: 695 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: exterior plaster After having x1,x2,x3,x4 entered and selecting the type of "Material Box", instead of entering material data, simply double click the "interior plaster" in the "Materials" window. The material data is being copied into the fields. By doubleclicking a material in Materials window while a material box is selected, you assign the material data to the currently selected material element. Note: you can also drag a material from Materials window onto the Box Editor to achieve the same result. Note: If the Materials window is hidden or not shown you can reveal it by doubleclicking the label "Material Name" or "Lambda" or the accompanying data entry fields (shown when element type is "Material Box"). Continue with the data entry and assignment of material properties as follows: elem. 7, ext. insulation: X_1: 50 X_2: 400 Y_1: 700 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: insulation elem. 8, adh. mortar: X_1: 120 X_2: 330 Y_1: 770 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: adhesive mortar elem. 9, reinf. concrete: X_1: 125 X_2: 325 Y_1: 775 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: reinf. concrete Elements 10 through 13 describe the same sequence of materials for the insulated concrete floor slab construction connected to the girder: elem. 10, ext. plaster: X_1: 400 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 895 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: exterior plaster elem. 11, ext. insulation: X_1: 400 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 900 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: insulation elem. 12, adh. mortar: X_1: 400 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1020 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: adhesive mortar elem. 13, reinf. concrete: X_1: 325 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1025 Y_2: 1200 elem. type :Material material: reinf. concrete
The interior flooring over the concrete slab is built up with the last five elements of the aggregate: elem. 14, sand: X_1: 345 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1200 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Material material: sand elem. 15, exp. strip: X_1: 345 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1220 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Material material: exp. strip elem. 16, isol. layer: X_1: 349 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1220 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Material material: isol. layer elem. 17, concrete (then wrapped with heat/power source): X_1: 349 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1250 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Material material: concrete topping The concrete shall also be attached to the power source (heating source). This is being done by wrapping the assigned are by the Power Box type of a element  as described in the reference, a Power Box has not interior, it does wrap interiors of Material Boxes. To get exactly the same rectangle assigned to the next element as that of element 17, select Duplicate from the context edit menu (by rightclicking either at the last element in Element Browser or rightclicking over Box Editor an selecting Duplicate) elem. 18, concrete wrapper with heat/power source: X_1: 349 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1250 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Power Box power name: concrete TAB to Box Type and change the entry to "Power Box". The TAB to Power(source) name and enter "concrete" thus naming the Power Source Boundary Condition which can later be assigned with Power. After confirming the entry of this Power Source continue with the last material element: elem. 19, concrete topping: X_1: 349 X_2: 1525 Y_1: 1260 Y_2: 1310 elem. type :Material material: concrete topping
This conclude the entry of the two dimensional model. To verify the input, select View→Windows→DataEntry Report and check details of the input. On main menu click on File→Save, enter the name of the file you want the project to be saved in (e.g. MyTutorial) and confirm the write operation with Ok. Continue reading with "Obtaining basic results" ... 
