Boiler House of Biomass Power Plant in Berlin-Neukölln, Germany
|Structural Engineering||Ingenieurbüro Jürgen Ehlenz
Length: 43.20 m | Width: 31.00 m | Height: 32.00 m | Weight: ~ 1,500 t
Nodes: 5,549 | Members: 8,790 | Materials: 2 | Cross-Sections: 336
A new boiler house has been built for the biomass power plant in Berlin-Neukölln, Germany.
Engineering office Jürgen Ehlenz, the customer of Dlubal Software, was in charge of the structural analysis and design of the boiler house including the connection design.
The steel structure includes displacement of all mounting and attaching parts in the boiler house as well as the lateral restraint of both boilers and subsequently arranged heat exchanger etc.
Approximately 130 load cases of the structure were calculated in the structural frame analysis software RSTAB.
Various construction stages were analyzed as well. In the individual construction stages, only some parts of the entire structure were mounted. Finally, the analysis was performed "as built".
Verifications were also a part of the order and were performed partially by the Dlubal Software programs.
Program Used for Structural Analysis
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