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CBFEM book – Component-based finite element design of steel connections

Component-based finite element model

Concrete block

IDEA StatiCa Connection Theoretical background

Design check of anchors according to AISC

Check of components according to AISC (American standards)

Check of components according to CISC (Canadian standards)

Does AISC allow the use of FEA for connection design?

Joints of hollow section cross-section members

CBFEM validation: Block shear behavior

Buckling analysis

Material model

Updated CBFEM solver

Analysis model improvements in IDEA StatiCa version 21.0

Advanced procedures for design of bolted connections

Connection Wednesdays - Version 21: Steel design for the 21st century

Safety and efficiency in steel-to-concrete joints

Connection Wednesdays – Battersea Power Station (London)

Connection Wednesdays – Way too complex joint?

London’s Waterloo station expansion project

Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport drive-through canopy

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