How to code-check a deep beam

Webinar date: Aug 16, 2022

Join the webinar and learn about

  • Modeling of the deep beam effectively
  • Local load input and reinforcement design
  • Interpretation of the results

Speakers

Lukas Juricek
Lukas Juricek Product Engineer
IDEA StatiCa
Deep beams are nowadays a common part of civil structures, industrial buildings, or bridge structures. When we can consider the beam theory or deep beam? What are the limits, where Bernoulli Navierov's hypothesis is still valid?

Join our Summer Series webinar to learn how to properly model and code-check a reinforced deep beam for the ultimate and serviceable limit state including the deflection and crack width check in the IDEA StatiCa Detail application.

Practical example

Practical example - deep beam

You will learn how to effectively define the geometry, add the loads and design the reinforcement. From the point of view of the results, you will gain a deep understanding of what is happening in the deep beam.

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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 structures of any shape and many more.

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