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Author Dr. Ing. José Ramón Aira, Dr. Arq. Miguel Carlos Cabo-Fernández, Dr. Arq. Federico Luis del Blanco-García, Arq. Laura Gonzalo-Calderón
University Higher Technical School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain

During the last decades, reciprocal structures have found a new purpose, linked to the execution of temporary and recyclable projects in relation to the current trends in sustainable architecture. The objective of this work is to analyze the behavior of timber bridges with a reciprocal structure.

Author Ioannis Eirinaios Chatzitolios, Stergios Nousios

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The aim of this master thesis is to analyze and compare the structural behavior of two types of onshore wind turbine towers as well as their possible applications in the wind energy industry of Greece. The types under comparison are a tubular tower, which is the most common, and a lattice one. In the paper each tower is thoroughly presented, highlighting their advantages and setbacks.

Author Ramon Espelt
University Polytechnic University of Catalonia UPC

"Starting a project in an unknown place generates a whole series of expectations that will surely make you grow on a personal level. At the beginning of the 2018 academic year, during the thematic workshop about infrastructure and city, an exercise is proposed, where selective and intentional drawing will be used, elaborating an analysis comparing the cities of Barcelona and Marseille, and  make it possible to understand the scale of the chosen place, identify patterns of identity in each city and highlight the differential facts.

Author Robby Hufnagl

Leipzig University of Applied Sciences

The subject of this bachelor's thesis is the comparison of stress distributions in typical steel structures. For this, the simplified manual calculation method according to the current Eurocode and an FEM analysis with the relevant computer software are compared.

Author Daniel Dlubal

Technical University of Munich, Germany

The objective of this paper is to investigate the Structural Analysis Format (SAF), which is tailored for structural analysis, for its suitability for BIM-based structural design. To this end, the topic of BIM is initially classified in general in the context of structural design, whereby important aspects of structural analysis are highlighted as well. Then, the paper presents the most common interfaces for structural design that are used for a BIM-based data exchange of structural models.

Author Fabian Böttinger

Coburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany

The following thesis deals with the theory of partial interaction, which has numerous application options, especially in the area of timber and cross-material composite structures, but also in other areas, such as strengthening the existing structures. In addition to an introduction to the mechanical and theoretical background of this type of composite, the relevance of such an accurate structural calculation is conveyed by practice-oriented examples.

Author Yvonne Keck

Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences

The aim of this bachelor thesis is the planning and design of a single-span tied-arch bridge consisting of steel cross-sections, which can be used by pedestrians and cyclists to cross the Neckar river in Germany.

Author Marius Röhl

OWL University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Germany

The variety of design options, application areas and possibilities to create shear coupling for the two main components wood and concrete make timber-concrete composite systems an exciting alternative in building construction. Due to many different connection options, there are various design methods.

Author Jesús Infantes
University Universidad de Sevilla, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura

The project includes the design of a housing unit in the city of Seville, built for patients suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Due to the building's characteristics, the decision was made to design a structure with cross-laminated timber (CLT). The thesis checks the compliance of this structure by going through all the development phases: pre-dimensioning, material properties, Spanish and European design rules, and various verifications.

Author Muniru Nyei
University University of Ljubljana

Building Information Modelling (BIM) shows exceptional advantages and potentials in the field of structural engineering as well. These potentials, e.g., productivity, coordination, visualization, documentation, and waste reduction, cannot be achieved without an appropriate mechanism to ensure the smooth transfer of data from the BIM platform to structural analysis or Finite Element Modelling (FEM) software. Challenges in data transfer or interoperability to be among the key factors hindering the full participation of structural engineers in BIM workflow.

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