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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 Politecnico di Milano - School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering

The thesis path represents the search for a new solution, more conscious, healthy and adequate to the peculiarities and fragility of these territories, guided by the intention of providing an original and visionary answer.

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.

Author Mohamed Hamdallah

Arab Academy For Science, Technology & Maritime Transport
College of Engineering and Technology

The thesis deals with the modeling of a multi-storey CLT building and a masonry aquatic centre.

Author Unai Torregrosa Armendáriz, Ingeniero Técnico Agrícola
University University of the Basque Country, Master in Wood Structures, Construction and Design

In the article Tunis Hoeskstra, 2012, “Multi-Storey timber building”, the theoretical stiffness of a light lattice wall with structural panel is evaluated, through a detailed analysis of all the factors defined in the previous section. In Eurocode 5 (UNE-EN -1-1: 2016, section, paragraph 4), it is indicated that the determination of the resistance to the wall offset must be determined by testing in accordance with the European Standard EN 594 or by calculation. Lacking the necessary data to be able to do it by means of a calculation for the modules object of this work, the tests presented in this work have been proposed to determine the rigidity of the modules.

Author Daniel Dlubal, Gbenga John Ogunjinmi, Alessandro Valentini
University Technical University of Munich
Chair of Computational Modeling and Simulation
Chair of Architectural Informatics

In order to provide a place for retreat, contemplation, study and workshops, as well as team-building events for employees of the TUM, it has been decided that the TUM should get its own Alpine Retreat. This Retreat is to be located at the Wendelstein. It was necessary to work with the method of "Building Information Modeling" (BIM). This example is a result of one of the student teams using the direct interaction between Revit and RFEM.

Author Francesco Marrone
University University of Studies '' G. d'Annunzio '' Chieti - Pescara

The choice of wanting to design (in a simplified way) a cable-stayed bridge, starting from a three-year degree, comes from an awareness and passion gained in the last year and a half, through engineering television programs, books, and a passion for lightness that transmit such structures, despite their grandeur in the materials used.

Author Andriy Mavdiuk
university Kyiv National University of Building and Architecture

This master thesis deals with member structures and BIM models. It focuses on the cooperation between Dlubal RFEM and Tekla Structures as well as RWIND Simulation.

Author Miryea Alfano
University University of Florence

In a context of continuous innovation, the combined use of materials for the construction of new structures is a frequent phenomenon. However, it is usual to think of mixed steel-concrete structures rather than mixed wood-concrete structures since, in the collective imagination, wood is considered the least durable material. This work aims to propose a correct structural and technological redesign of an existing residential building by combining materials such as wood and concrete followed by a comparison in economic terms between the existing structure in reinforced concrete and the redesigned one.

Author Izabela Dmowska

Warsaw University of Technology
Faculty of Civil Engineering

The subject of this thesis is the design of a metal and glass facade with the analysis of selected structural elements. Metal and glass facades in modern construction are the most popular curtain wall solution used in office buildings and public buildings. The main part of the work is the facade design of the "Format" office and service building located in Gdańsk. Aluprof profile system was used to design the facade skeleton. The facade structure will be attached to reinforced concrete ceilings with galvanized steel consoles, mounted on anchors, e.g. Hilti. The console-pole connection will be made as screw. Due to the location adopted, the facility was classified as III snow load zone and II wind load zone. The main components of the facade are mullions and transoms, on which system sections were used. The facade is filled with two-chamber insulating glass. Aluminum panels have also been used in the places of floor strips as well as clinker tile cladding between the glass packets.

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