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Describing the procedure for the serviceability limit state design of a floor slab made of steel fiber reinforced concrete.
The stiffness of gas given by the ideal gas law pV = nRT can be considered in the nonlinear dynamic analysis.
The calculation of gas is available for accelerograms and time diagrams for both the explicit analysis and the nonlinear implicit Newmark analysis. To determine the gas behaviour correctly, at least two FE layers for gas solids should be defined.
- How can I additionally model welds for the connection of two surfaces with a contact solid?
- How can I deduce the axial stress and hoop stress of a circular container?
- How is it possible to consider the real cross-section geometry of member elements in RWIND Simulation?
- When calculating a connection using the FRAME‑JOINT Pro add-on module, a message appears sayng that the value is out of the valid range (existing value: 160, minimum value 200). What does this message mean?
- I have calculated a box beam. Which surface results or surface stresses can I use to evaluate the buckling behavior of the web plates?
- When should the punching load be determined with the (un)smoothed distribution of the shear forces at the critical perimeter?
- How do I apply prestress to tension members?
- When using the "Apply support reactions as load" function, I get the message "No surface was selected on which the load should act." What is the background of the message?
- Are the result values in the FE elements averaged or do they refer to nodal values? Where can this be set?
- I am getting the message that my material does not meet the requirements of the current standard. How can I correct this?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids and contact elements
The structural engineering software for design of frame, beam and truss structures, performing linear and nonlinear calculations of internal forces, deformations, and support reactions