Steel webinar – May 15th, 2019

Connection Wednesdays – Residence in Ruzomberok (Slovakia)

How often have you faced a situation when you were dealing with a complex project topology, difficult steel connections, unconventional structural stability situation or something else not covered by books?

Join our Wednesdays regular webinars and find out more about our software and its breakthrough CBFEM technology.

On Wednesdays, we run two same sessions: the first at 11:00 CEST (Prague time, UTC+2), followed by another one at 12:00 PM EDT (New York time, UTC-4). Register below and join the session that fits your day.

Join our experienced Product Engineers and calculate yesterday’s estimates!

Join the webinar series and learn about:
  • Member length for the stiffness classification, stiffness
  • Model type for trusses and buckling consequences
  • Edge failure for anchoring, concrete cone
  • Tips and tricks for more effective design in IDEA StatiCa Connection
Vit Hurcik
Product Engineer
IDEA StatiCa
David Kucera
Product Engineer
IDEA StatiCa
Connection Wednesdays Residence in Ruzomberok webinar will be strongly oriented on the workflow hints for everyday engineering practice based on customer experience. During the webinar, you will see several designed joints from steel structure of the residence in Ruzomberok – Slovakia, on every one of them we will show the key features needed to the successful design and code-check in everyday engineering practice, features which engineer successfully used in this project. We will talk about the right definition of the length for joint classification, edge concrete cone failure for anchoring, model type definition for the trusses with a consequence for the buckling, etc. More about company Betkoprojekt s.r.o.:
Customer project – Residence in Ružomberok joint
Learn new modeling hints while demonstrating the design process of a few joints of the Ruzomberok Residence structure.
Helpdesk highlight – Inserting of the general plate
Learn about possibilities of how to insert a general plate and consequences of the further redesign of the whole joint.