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Did you use the Dlubal Software programs for your bachelor, master or diploma thesis, dissertation or any other scientific project and would like to publish it on our website?

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Author Dalel Daleyev
University Technische Universität Wien

Finnjoists or I-joists are optimized composite beams with an I-section made of wood-based materials, with the chords made of laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and the web of OSB. The cross-section elements are glued together. The structural components can be used as beams or columns. In this bachelor thesis, the simplified design practice of the European Technical Approval ETA 02/0026 on the basis of limit internal forces is compared with the more general design practice according to ÖNORM B 1995-1-1: 2019 on the basis of limit stresses and checked for consistency of the results.

Author Adam Nagy
Hochschule University of Surrey

In the last, nearly three decades suspen-domes have become popular solutions for covering sports halls, stadiums and venue halls particularly in China and Japan. While suspen-domes can be easily constructed and maintained, their application extends the span limits for grid dome systems. Unlike for cable domes, special construction methods are not required, still a more cost-efficient, stiffer and more robust structure is created for mid- and large-spans. This hybrid spatial structure is composed from an upper single layer dome, and a lower, concentric tensegritic system.

Author Elisa Moretti
University Roma Tre University

The aim of the thesis is the design and structural analysis of a 10-storey building made of CLT (or XLAM) which will be built in Foligno, in the province of Perugia. The modeling took place through Dlubal's RFEM software which uses the finite element method to analyze the behavior of the structure.

Author Hercend Mpidi Bita
Hochschule The University of British Columbia

Abnormal loads which can cause initial damage may trigger collapse propagation, leading to disproportionate collapse of buildings with insufficient structural robustness. To ensure structural safety, design approaches against this catastrophic collapse are embodied within the building regulations. Nevertheless, the application of existing guidelines for disproportionate collapse prevention for mid- to high-rise mass-timber buildings -as an emerging construction method- becomes unpractical and uneconomic; and research studies in this topic are scarce.

Author M.Eng. Ing. Rostislav Lang
University Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

The present PhD thesis deals with membrane structures. It focuses on the inherent physical necessitates and the algorithms playing a role when developing the FEA software.

Author Maciej Kijania
School

Cracow University of Technology
Faculty of Civil Engineering

The subject of the study is the dimensioning of a floor slab, foundation slab and column (biasing the BI axis), a production and warehouse building and an office.

Author Ferdinand Müller
University Munich University of Applied Sciences, Faculty 02 Civil Engineering

The bachelor thesis deals with the story-by-step deformation compensation in buildings, which usually occurs unnoticed during the construction process. This deformation compensation, in turn, leads to changes in the static internal forces, which are not automatically taken into account in the regular calculation on the entire model. For this purpose, the construction progress has been considered by means of the RF-STAGES add-on module and by the extended option "Deactivate" of structural elements under the load case settings in the main program.

Author Jan Wróbel
School

Cracow University of Technology
Institute of Building Materials and Structures

The highest point of the structure is at + 52.20m. The building is founded on a foundation slab at a depth of -11.00 m. The development includes the preparation and description of the physical model of the building in Autodesk Revit 2019 and the analytical model in Dlubal RFEM 5.19. The floor slab of a repetitive floor has been dimensioned. The effect of the distribution of the useful load on the ceiling on internal forces in the floor slab has been particularly analyzed. Dimensioning was carried out due to rotting, puncture, scratching and deflection. A simple method of dimensioning reinforcement due to bending is shown.
Author inż. Jan Klimasara
School

Bialystok Technical University
Faculty of Civil and Environmental Sciences

The aim of the thesis was to design selected conrete elements of the university library building, made in monolithic technology. The design of the building is based on a mixed system - all structural elements (beams, columns, walls and slabs) work together.

Author Laurin Ernst
College University of Innsbruck, Department of Steel Structures and Mixed Construction Technology
The present work deals with the structural analysis of a steel workshop. The design is carried out continuously according to EUROCODE 3.

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