Code-check of walls and deep beams

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  • 2022-03-16T00:00:00.0000000Z
    (în ora dvs. locală, format de 24 de ore)

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  • Limitations and recommendations for IDEA StatiCa Detail
  • Interpretation of the results


Lukas Juricek
Lukas Juricek Product Engineer
IDEA StatiCa
Vlastimil Konecny
Vlastimil Konecny Product Engineer
IDEA StatiCa
Concrete walls and deep beams are common load-bearing elements in building structures. However, due to the layout requirements, these bearing structures are very often weakened by doors, windows, and other openings.

Reinforced concrete wall or deep beams full code-check? No problem!

The aim of the webinar is to present how to code-check a general-shape deep beam in IDEA StatiCa Detail in connection with results from the FEA application in minutes. We will show the workflow on an example of a residential concrete building – exporting the geometry, creating the submodel in IDEA StatiCa Detail, applying the correct loads, design of the reinforcement, and the final code-check for both ultimate and serviceability limit states.

Try it on your own - get the free Trial license and follow the step-by-step tutorial on Concrete wall.

The ultimate solution for concrete details and structural parts

Common 3D FEA software considers the linear behavior of concrete. Design and code-checks of reinforcement are limited, especially for the serviceability limit state which may lead to the development of excessive cracks. All of that is covered within the CSFM-based application IDEA StatiCa Detail. Now, all engineers can efficiently design and code-check walls or deep beams of any shape and many more.

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