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Witteveen+Bos N.V., The Netherlands
Witteveen+Bos performed a seismic analysis on an existing concrete foundation with piers located in the Netherlands. The connected steel pipe rack and piping system were also included in the analysis.
Utilizing a multimodal response spectrum analysis in RFEM, Witteveen+Bos specified a unique response spectra to analyze the structural response induced by this seismic activity.
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Raadgevend Ingenieursburo van Nunen B.V., The Netherlands
The Landslide Hotel is located near the Rotterdam Airport. The multi-story reinforced concrete structure was designed by the engineering office Van Numen from Rosmalen, The Netherlands, and the structural anlalysis was performed utilizing RFEM.
|Connection Design in RFEM||
MSc Engineering bv, Doorwerth, The Netherlands
For a project in Rotterdam, ADS Ertner used IDEA CONNECTION to analyze a structural steel connection. This program calculates steel connections utilizing the CBFEM method where each thin-walled cross-section is modeled with nonlinear material properties, nonlinear bolts, and nonlinear welds. In order to transfer loads, ADS Ertner needed to use blocks in the connection model. In IDEA CONNECTION, blocks are not easily integrated with thin-walled plates.
|Structural Engineering and Design||
Vic Obdam Staalbouw BV, Obdam, The Netherlands
In 2017, VIC OBDAM was commissioned by BAM to fully design the Kasbank project (total weight about 334 t) in Amsterdam. This project included a free-standing steel spiral staircase.
Techniek en Methode B.V.
The following data refer to the model of the floor slab.
Length: ~ 72 ft | Width: ~ 43 ft | Height: ~ 3 ft | Weight: ~ 125 t
Number of Surfaces: 3 | Finite Elements: 7,522
At the end of 2013, the ‘Vechthoeve’ was transported over a distance of 1,640 ft. The wooden house, referred to as the Pippi Longstocking house, is situated close to Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. The villa had to be relocated because of plans to widen the A1 highway.
The following data belong to bridge shown below.
Length: ~ 31 m | Width: ~ 4 m | Height: ~ 3 m | Weight: ~ 25 t
Number of Nodes: 1,060 | Members: 552 | Materials: 3 | Cross-Sections: 7
Janson Bridging in Hank, the Netherlands, produces temporary, emergency and permanent bridges for civil, industrial and military use. All these bridges - consisting of several types - are based on modular concepts, that can be easily adjusted to the wishes of the customer. The modules are elements with a limited length that can be joined using couplings. Thus the bridge engineer can set the span, depth and width of the bridge by adding elements together.
Raadschelders Bouwadvies b.v.
Dokter W. Nijestraat 78
NL-2064XD Spaarndam, Netherlands
The building rests on seven columns and two wall surfaces. The front part has an overhang of approximately 3 m.