SLS Rotational Deformations of Crane Runway Girder
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Rectangular cross-sections can be connected directly to each other or to other cross-sections using welds. Furthermore, it is possible to connect rectangular cross-sections to other structural components using other components, such as end plates.
- How can I optimize the calculation time in CRANEWAY?
- Where can I find the determined support forces for the crane runway girder? At the bottom flange of the crane runway girder or in the shear center of the cross-section?
- How can I model and design a crane runway girder with Dlubal Software?
- I am trying to manually check the deformations from the CRANEWAY add-on module. However, I obtain major deviations. How are the differences explained?
- Is it possible to design intermittent welds in the CRANEWAY add-on module?
- Is it necessary to enter the loads of a crane for each axle or wheel in the table of crane loads in Window 1.4?
- I would like to use the CRANEWAY add-on module to design a suspension crane. Where are design points 0, 1, and 2 for the stress analysis on the bottom flange and for the fatigue design?
- How can I introduce releases on the supports in the CRANEWAY program to prevent the effect of continuity?
- Where can I change the steel grade of a crane girder? Although I have set Steel St 37.2 in RSTAB, only S235 is used for the calculation in CRANEWAY.
- Does the fatigue design in CRANEWAY also consider welded stiffeners?