Dlubal Software takes part in various research projects. Here you can find a list of the current projects.
More and more cities and towns, especially in southern Germany, are open for multi‑story timber buildings. The wood construction company Müllerblaustein Holzbau GmbH has convinced the German city of Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance of this apartment building concept.
The multigenerational house with a lakeside view was built as an environmentally friendly wooden structure and designed as a passive house. The engineering office Pirmin Jung Deutschland GmbH, a German customer of Dlubal Software, was responsible for structural analysis, among other things.
Watch the video and learn about the BIM (Building Information Modeling) planning options in Dlubal Software programs.
Butadiene storage tanks of the French company ARLANXEO Emulsion Rubber France, one of the biggest producers of synthetic rubber NBR in the world, had to be recalculated to comply with the seismic requirements of Eurocode 8.
St. Elias Church is designed in the architectural style known as ‘Boyko’, from the western part of Ukraine. This distinctive style features iconic copper clad domes, 23 metres high at their peaks and visible from a great distance around the church.
Watch the video about structural analysis and design of steel connections using Dlubal Software.
Dlubal Software is now a member of the TensiNet Association. TensiNet is a multi‑disciplinary association for all parties interested in tensioned membrane construction.
The finite element analysis software RFEM allows for form-finding, structural analysis & design of membrane and cable structures. In addition, the software provides the option to determine cutting patterns of tensile membrane structures and transfer them to a CAD program in few steps.
In 2016, NEDCON got the assignment to install the steelwork for two fully automated distribution centers for two supermarket companies. One distribution center is located in the US state of Michigan and the other distribution center in the Canadian province of Alberta.
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