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Author Damian Kozanecki
University Technical University of Lodz, Poland
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture, and Environmental Engineering
The subject of this thesis is a VIG (Vacuum Insulated Glass) plate. The aim of this study was to find a numerical model in order to create an effective and precise numerical imitation of the real panel, considering the appropriate support conditions.
Author Andoni Martin Sanz
University of the Basque Country - San Sebastian School of Architecture

In the construction market, in which sustainability is becoming increasingly important, the use of wood takes on a leading role. Consequently, this has aroused a growing interest and investment in R&D&I projects related to structural wood, which has led to obtaining products with special characteristics that allow wood to compete with other materials, such as concrete or steel.

Author Massinissa Berrani, Djamila Haddi
University University of Béjaïa, Algeria

As part of their graduation project, Ms Haddi and Mr Berrani used the structural analysis software RSTAB 8 and the add-on modules for steel design STEEL EC3 and STEEL Cold-Formed Sections, as well as the add-on modules for dynamic analysis DYNAM Pro.

Author Bio Aziz Gbedourorou
University University of Abomey Calavi in Benin
École Polytechnique d'Abomey Calavi (EPAC)

As part of this graduation thesis, Mr Gbedourorou used the structural FEA software RFEM 5 as well as the add-on modules RF‑MOVE Surfaces, RF‑CONCRETE Members, and RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces. The studied project is a prestressed beam girder bridge located on Lake Toho, in the town of Pahou in Benin. The model created is based on the design made in Autodesk Infraworks.

Author Conor Flannery

University College Dublin

This research investigates the procedure of using ground-based radar interferometry to develop and validate a finite element model of the Loopline Bridge in Dublin, Ireland. A detailed description of the bridge is outlined and a three-dimensional finite element model was developed using RFEM.

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.

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"The webinar "Design Cold-Formed Steel Sections According to EC3" was great. It was my first webinar and I would like to follow more in the future. Especially for new users/students like me and if too fast, it is very good that it is recorded and you can watch it again. I also like the fact that I was able to follow the webinar free of charge because students would rather not attend a paid webinar."

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