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

The most important verification and validation examples were published in the book Component-based finite element design of steel connections. Listen to the author speaking about the book: Citation WALD, Frantisek, et al. Below you can find several chapters from the CBFEM book - verification examples of structural steel joints and connections.

How do I know that IDEA StatiCa Connection is safe?

And published it in various articles, benchmark studies, and most importantly, verification book . CBFEM book - Component-based finite element design of steel connections Find out more about the safety and verifications of the CBFEM method .

CSFM Book – Compatible stress field design of structural concrete

The most important verification and validation examples were published in the book Compatible stress field design of structural concrete. Compatible stress field design of structural concrete ETH Zurich, 2020 ISBN 978-3-906916-95-8 print 158 pages Buy ebook online Buy the ebook (PDF) version Price: 60 EUR + VAT Student: 18 EUR + VAT ( contact us for a 70% discount voucher) Content of the book Here you can see the Table of contents demonstrating

Can you trust the CBFEM?

There has been extensive research done in this field, which is available partly on the IDEA StatiCa webpage or CBFEM webpage or in the book Component-based

Can you trust the CSFM?

There has been extensive research done in this field, which is available on the IDEA StatiCa webpage and in the book Compatible Stress Field Design of

Why IDEA StatiCa Detail?

Professor Kaufmann and his team are also publishing a book devoted to structural concrete design using the CSFM method. CSFM Book – Compatible stress field design of structural concrete

Why IDEA StatiCa Connection?

Professor Wald and his team are also publishing a book devoted to structural steel connections design using the CBFEM method . CBFEM book - Component-based finite element design of steel connections

Who is behind the software and the method?

Read more about the CBFEM method or order the verification book written by prof. Frantisek Wald and his team.

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.

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.

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.

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 lap joint

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

Bolted connection - Interaction of shear and tension

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 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.

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.

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.

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.

Circular hollow sections

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.

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.

Theoretical background for IDEA StatiCa Detail

Closed stirrups: (a) hook; (b) bend; (c) overlap. for stirrups.}}}\] \[ \textsf{\textit{\footnotesize{Closed stirrups: (a) hook; (b) bend; (c) overlap. sid=ALEPH:EBI01amp;genre=bookamp;isbn=9783433029916. Marti, P., M.Alvarez, W. Kaufmann, and V. Sigrist. 1998.

Connection Wednesdays – Focus on buckling

dealing with a complex project topology, difficult steel connections, unconventional structural stability situation, or something else not covered by books Let´s look at the issue of local and global buckling and also thin-walled members.

Connection Wednesdays – Residence in Ruzomberok (Slovakia)

dealing with a complex project topology, difficult steel connections, unconventional structural stability situation, or something else not covered by books

Steel BIM - Structural steel design using Tekla Structures, ConSteel and IDEA StatiCa

dealing with a complex project topology, difficult steel connections, unconventional structural stability situation or something else not covered by the books

Code check for any steel connection at the BIM table

How often have you faced a situation where you were dealing with a difficult steel connection, that was not covered by the books?

Loads in equilibrium

In one of our webinars, we have investigated the Loads in equilibrium together with the unbalanced forces tab and took look at their meaning and importance

Connection Wednesdays – Focus on anchoring

This time we will take a very close look at the design and code-check of where the steel and concrete meet – footing, anchoring. This time we will take a very close look on the design and code-check of where the steel and concrete meet – footing, anchoring.

Display of internal forces

Look at the video.

Shear force transfer possibilities

Let's have a look at a part of our webinar where the shear force transfer was discussed more:

Connection Wednesdays – Balcony console imported from Robot

Let’s take a look at the other side of engineering praxis – daily basis projects of rather smaller significance, yet of course the same need for safety Well, let’s have a look… simple joints templates Webinar recording

Code-check manager - workflows for Advance Steel

In the attached recording of our webinar, we take a look at the fine-tuned Code-check manager (CCM), which comes with version 20 .

When to use a stiffening member?

To place stiffening member we add a new manufacturing operation: Please have a look at the following typical examples when we use Stiffening members:

Connection Wednesdays – Common rookie mistakes on steel joints

In this webinar, we will look into some of the common rookie mistakes in IDEA StatiCa Connection, based on a real example we have received through our

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 .

Basic assumptions of Compatible stress field method (CSFM)

Let’s take a look behind the scene of our software and see for yourselves that there is no need to be afraid of using CSFM calculations in your projects

Summer Series - One or two joints?

Objective 2 – Comparing split models Let's take a look at a complex joint consisting of two nodes, split it into two, and compare the results to find out

What is coming in IDEA StatiCa 10.1

You can look forward to meeting the new features for concrete apps as well: dispersed reinforcement enables speeding up the calculation of demanding structures

What is coming in IDEA StatiCa 20

You can look forward to meeting the new features for concrete apps as well: parametric templates of bridge diaphragms and partially loaded areas.

Connection Wednesdays – How to build a correct model

explain more about the singularities and how to resolve them, we will investigate the Loads in equilibrium together with unbalanced forces tab and take look

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 .

Rotational stiffness of a haunched beam

Let’s have a look at a better model definition for the stiffness analysis.

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