IDEA StatiCa Blog
Top academics from around the world gathered in Singapore from 9-12 December 2019. As a part of the 17th International Symposium on Tubular Structures (ISTS17), this article was presented by the team of professor Frantisek Wald and Jeffrey Packer.
IDEA StatiCa Connection is an easy-to-learn tool. Nevertheless, sometimes it is really useful to learn some “tricks” from more experienced users. Come and find out some hints to correctly design the steel joint.
NextFEM Designer makes the export of the model to IDEA StatiCa available free of charge for the analysis of bolted or welded steel joints.
A joint team of IDEA StatiCa and Hilti had an interesting presentation during this year Autodesk University in Las Vegas earlier this year. In case you missed this event, we have good news for you. All the content is available online.
IDEA StatiCa Viewer plugin for Tekla Structures was one of the 24 applications applying for the Tekla Developer Awards 2019. Despite the fact, we did not win, being named as one of the four best applications is a great success!
The 5th edition of the Innovative Look at Detail Design in Steel Structures conference was held on December 5, 2019, in Krakow, and completed this year’s series of meetings with engineers.
For an engineer, it is always important to be able to model a structure behaving as close to reality as possible. That is why we introduced the new geometrically nonlinear analysis (GMNA) for steel hollow section members to the latest IDEA StatiCa version 10.1.
We are constantly trying to spread our wings and open IDEA StatiCa for new territories. That’s why we implemented the Chinese steel design code (GB) for steel-to-steel joints alongside five other design standards in IDEA StatiCa Connection version 10.1.