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Author Bc. Jana Seidlerová
University Technical University of Ostrava
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Ludvíka Podéště 1875/17
Czech Republic

The goal of the diploma thesis was to determine the reliability of the historical structure of the Miloš Sýkora Bridge in Ostrava. The reliability of the structure was determined using numerical modeling in the RFEM program. The model of the original bridge structure was created on the basis of period documents. When creating a numerical model, it was necessary to solve problems related to the modeling of built-up cross-sections or to determine the cross-section properties of obsolete rolled sections.

The model of the original bridge structure was loaded by the assumed period load determined from the available documents from 1916. The reliability of the structure was determined using the allowable stress design method. Based on the method of allowable stresses, the longitudinal members were determined as elements with the lowest safety factor.

Author Milan Krneta
University University of Banja Luka
Faculty of Architecture
Civil Engineering and Geodesy

This graduation thesis presents the design of a crane runway girder loaded by a double girder bridge crane. The calculation was performed according to Eurocode 3, Part 6 for crane supporting structures. The loads caused by the crane operation were determined according to Eurocode 1, Part 3 for actions induced by cranes and machinery.

Author Domagoj Stamac
University University of Zagreb
Faculty of Civil Engineering

In the thesis, it was firstly and briefly processed the theoretical part. Later on, characteristics and production of cross-laminated timber accompanied by current trends and examples in the construction industry was shown. The economic side of timber construction is also argued through the project. It is shown why BIM is necessary for the future. The second and the main part of the thesis consists of the case study of the family house, which is also the title of the thesis. The house is designed with all structural elements accompanied by 3D BIM.

Author Mathias Worm
University Technische Universität Braunschweig

During the building design phase, the quality and construction costs of buildings can be significantly influenced by finding the optimal structural shape. With the introduction of Building Information Modeling (BIM), three-dimensional design models are increasingly used. This opens up new possibilities. Utilizing parametric and automated derivations of analysis models, different supporting structure options can be evaluated in terms of ultimate limit state and serviceability, but also according to architectural criteria. This Master thesis aims at developing the basic procedure of this parametric BIM workflow and at implementing it utilizing a specific example.

Author Arq. Jonnathan Aguirre Collahuazo
University Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña / Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Barcelona

This work aims at showing the need for constructive alternatives to create ecologically sustainable buildings as well as to create affordable and quality housing options for the most disadvantaged social classes of our environment.

Author Oscar Sigüenza Sabater
University Universidad del País Vasco, Máster en Estructuras, Construcción y Diseño en Madera

Through this work, the structural design process and its possible repercussions using wood-based systems are analyzed on a real project of a residential building executed with traditional systems (reinforced concrete arcaded structure with waffle slabs and ceramic factory enclosures).

Author Kostka García
University University of the Basque Country, Master in Wood Structures, Construction and Design

This master thesis deals with the design and calculation of a lightweight timber framework house. This structural system has a stability against lateral forces thanks to the diaphragm effect generated by the reinforcement panels in walls, floors, and the roof.

Author Violeta González Alegre, Graduada en Arquitectura Técnica
University University of the Basque Country, Master in Timber Structures, Construction and Design

This master thesis utilizes RFEM to evaluate the structural behavior of traditional timber framed structures mainly used for ornamental purposes in coffered ceiling of churches and historical buildings. Several model types only with members but also only with solids were developed to deeply understand the load transfer, strength and deformation of the system.

Author Arianna Fassi e Fernanda Speciale
University Polytechnic University of Milan - School of Architecture Urban Development Construction Engineering

The thesis path represents the research of a new solution, more conscious, sound and appropriate to the peculiarities and fragility of these territories, guided by the purpose of providing an original and visionary response.

Author Saddam Kachbouri, Houda Mabrouki

National School of Engineers of Sfax
Department of Civil Engineering

This project is a building in the city of Sfax (Tunisia) with a covered area of approximately 133 m², consisting of a first floor and an office floor. In this thesis, two options were analyzed.

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