Design of the most frequent details of steel and concrete structures
Programs for design of structural details
The programs are designed to verify the most common structural details of steel and concrete structures.
Verification of joints in steel structures can be executed in the program Steel Connections. This program enable design of a wide range of steel joints, starting from fin plates and end plates, to truss joints and anchoring steel columns to the foundations. The analysis is performed by analytical methods and the program offers a detailed printout of the calculation process. All results are therefore easily verifiable. A joint preview can be saved as a drawing that can be further edited in drawing programs.
The following two programs are intended for designing concrete structures. The program Punching is designed to analyse punching of a column through reinforced concrete slab. The program supports various shapes of columns including column heads. An automatic design of shear reinforcement constitutes a part of the verification.
Corbels and similar structural details of reinforced concrete structures can be verified in the program Corbel. The calculation is performed using strut-and-tie models, both directly and indirectly supported corbels can be designed.