Defined in File Ifc4.h
IfcDoorPanelProperties: public Ifc4::IfcPreDefinedPropertySet¶
A door panel is normally a door leaf that opens to allow people or goods to pass. The parameters of the door panel define the geometrically relevant parameter of the panel,
The IfcDoorPanelProperties are used to parametrically describe the shape and operation of door panels. The parametric definition can be added solely or additionally to the explicit shape representation of the door.
The IfcDoorStyle can define doors consisting of more then one panel. In this case, one instance of IfcDoorPanelProperties has to be included for each door panel. The PanelPosition attribute, in conjunction with the IfcDoorStyle.OperationType attribute, determines to which panel the IfcDoorPanelProperties apply. The IfcDoorPanelProperties are included in the list of properties , given by attribute HasPropertySets of the IfcDoorStyle. More information about the door panel can be included in the same list of the IfcDoorStyle using the IfcPropertySet for dynamic extensions.
HISTORY New Entity in IFC Release 2.0.
IFC2x4 CHANGE Supertype changed to new IfcPreDefinedPropertySet.
Geometry use definitions
The IfcDoorPanelProperties does not hold a geometric representation. However it defines parameters which can be used to create the shape of the door style (which is inserted by the IfcDoor into the spatial context of the project) as shown in Figure 173. The parameters of the IfcDoorPanelProperties define a standard door panel, including (if given) a proportional width to define non-uniform double swing (or sliding, or folding) doors. The outer boundary of the panel is determined by the occurrence parameter assigned to the IfcDoor, which inserts the IfcDoorStyle. It has to take the lining parameter into account as well.
The depth of the panel (swinging, double-acting, and sliding panels) is defined by the PanelDepth parameter.
For door operation types that include more than one panel, the width of (at least) one panel is given by a normalised ratio measure. It determines the width of that panel, which is defined as a ratio of the overall width of the door opening.
Figure 173 — Door panel properties
Whether the optional attribute PanelDepth is defined for this IfcDoorPanelProperties.
Depth of the door panel, measured perpendicular to the plane of the door leaf.
The PanelOperation defines the way of operation of that panel. The PanelOperation of the door panel has to correspond with the OperationType of the IfcDoorStyle by which it is referenced.
Whether the optional attribute PanelWidth is defined for this IfcDoorPanelProperties.
Width of this panel, given as ratio relative to the total clear opening width of the door. If omited, it defaults to 1. A value has to be provided for all doors with OperationType’s at IfcDoorStyle defining a door with more then one panel.
Position of this panel within the door. The PanelPosition of the door panel has to correspond with the OperationType of the IfcDoorStyle by which it is referenced.
Whether the optional attribute ShapeAspectStyle is defined for this IfcDoorPanelProperties.
Pointer to the shape aspect, if given. The shape aspect reflects the part of the door shape, which represents the door panel.
IFC2x4 CHANGE The attribute is deprecated and shall no longer be used, i.e. the value shall be NIL ($).
IfcDoorPanelProperties(std::string v1_GlobalId, ::Ifc4::IfcOwnerHistory *v2_OwnerHistory, boost::optional<std::string> v3_Name, boost::optional<std::string> v4_Description, boost::optional<double> v5_PanelDepth, ::Ifc4::IfcDoorPanelOperationEnum::Value v6_PanelOperation, boost::optional<double> v7_PanelWidth, ::Ifc4::IfcDoorPanelPositionEnum::Value v8_PanelPosition, ::Ifc4::IfcShapeAspect *v9_ShapeAspectStyle)¶