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Splices in shear in slip-resistant connection

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Bolted connection - Splices in shear

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Bending stiffness of welded joint of open sections

This verification example contains chapter 10.1 of the book Benchmark cases for advanced design of structural steel connections written by prof.

Fillet weld in angle plate joint

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

End plate minor axis connection

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Bending stiffness of bolted joint of open sections

A sample chapter from book Benchmark cases for advanced design of structural steel connections 10.2.1 Description The prediction of rotational stiffness

Fillet weld in lap joint

This article is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Column web stiffener

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Fillet weld in fin plate joint

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Column base – Open section column in bending to strong axis

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Column web panel in shear

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Column base – Open section column in compression

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Bolted portal frame eaves moment connection

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Column base – Hollow section column

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Plate to circular hollow section

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Bolted connection - T-stub in tension

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Welded portal frame eaves moment connection

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Prequalified joints for seismic applications

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Rectangular hollow sections

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Circular hollow sections

This is a selected chapter from book Component-based finite element design of steel connections by prof. Wald et al.

Connection Wednesdays – топ 3 ошибок при расчёте узлов

We bet our boots, every one of you has sometimes a headache of connection design project requirements. How is this connection going to behave? At first, we will take a look at bolts and composed steel cross-sections and their potential errors.

Reinforced concrete beam (EN)

At first, you have a look into Data , where you can set the checks and calculations to be performed and also a few settings with an impact on the checks The fastest way to ensure everything is OK is to look at the right side of the screen. Let´s have a look at the utilization of stress limitation check for concrete . Or, you can switch to see the deflection checks .

Concrete wall (EN)

The geometry of the wall looks like this, now: 3 Load effects Now, move to define the Load on the wall. For the effective volume of 40% , the structure looks like this (again, red lines represent compression and blue lines represent tension): Let´s switch You can also look at the Deformed shape of the wall (top ribbon within the Deflection tab). 6 Report At last, go to the Report Preview/Print .

Connection Wednesdays – Latest features of CAD BIM links

As usual, we will also go through one “ HelpDesk highlight ” in the second part of the webinar: This time, we will take a look at some frequent issues

Bridge segment modeling (EN)

Your project looks like the one in the figure below now. Now, it's time to add continuous related members in the right direction. It can look like in the figure below. And you will manually load the Member model with gathered data. After that, the Member model should look like in the figure below.

Prestressed saddle beam (EN)

Please, look at the details up in the FAQ section for more info as this is the proper setting for consideration of equivalent thin-walled section. The fastest way to ensure everything is OK is to look at the right side of the screen. Let's have a look at the utilization of stress limitation check for concrete.

Concrete frame joint

Before you design one, you can try to run the Topology Optimization tool to see how the most effective reinforcement layout should look like if you want For the effective volume of 20% , the structure looks like this (red lines represent compression and blue lines represent tension).

Bolted plate to plate (AISC)

You can take a look at the bolt code-check equations in the expanded menu. 6 Optimization IDEA StatiCa Connection provides an easy way of joint design

Reinforced concrete T-section (EN)

The fastest way to ensure the element will pas the checks is to look at the right side of the screen and check the summary of all the checks.

SCIA Engineer BIM link for concrete design (EN)

The imported model looks like on the following picture. For a better view, you can turn on the rendering of all members as All solids. The imported model looks like on the following picture.

Bolted plate to plate (EN)

Design of bolted plate to plate connection (EN) You can also take a look at the bolt check equations in the expanded menu.

Международный Велодром в Джакарте, Индонезия

IDEA StatiCa took an important part in this collaborative workflow, and with the help of the BIM links with Autodesk products like Robot and REVIT, the

AxisVM BIM link for member design (EN)

The results look like here in the picture: The next analysis is the Linear Buckling Analysis, so just click on LBA and Calculate .

Midas Civil BIM link for Steel design

Let's have a look at the equivalent stress on the plates where is turned on the mesh and deformed shape with the tab where are sorted out the stresses

Prestressed I-section (EN)

The fastest way to ensure everything is OK is to look at the right side of the screen.

Advance Design BIM link for connection design

The well designed EP2 manufacturing operation with the right shape of the endplate should look like the one in the picture below.

STAAD.Pro BIM link for connection design

BIM link integration Please see the remarks about the limitations of this BIM link. 2 How to use the link Now, we will have a look at an example of how

Dapped end with an opening

Dapped end with the opening - Reinforcement When you switch in the navigator to Check , this is how your final reinforcement should look like: Dapped end

Corbel

We will edit the reinforcement in the template, but at first, we look at the Topology Optimization in Design tools .

Robot Structural Analysis BIM link for connection design

In this case, when you look at the results, you might see the opportunity for cross-section optimization of some members.

Revit BIM link for connection design

Let's take a closer look at that. Let’s say we need to do changes in the Revit connection model.

Designing a pier cap from DXF

Pier cap from DXF - Reinforcement Switch in the navigator to Check , this is how your final reinforcement should look like: Pier cap from DXF - Reinforcement

Bridge diaphragm

Set the standard hook as anchorage type at both ends of the rebar.

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