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Model slabs of any shape. Punching Shear Check and Design Automatically calculate the punching shear perimeter, check punching shear and design any extra steel if needed. Finite element mesh is automatically generated to modelled structural elements without the need to manually specify mesh subdivisions. The mid-span beam moment below the transfer column is also kept relatively large. Remember me on this computer.
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Shear-free walls The walls in the model can be set to “Shear-free”, in order to simulate the pre-fabricated concrete panels, or load bearing masonry sotware.
Design of reinforced concrete transfer floors, although routinely performed by structural design engineers, is a very challenging task. Reinforcement Design SLB software insucta top and bottom steel in the slab in both orthogonal directions and in all beams bending and shear. Forced Floor Vibrations SLB can be used to evaluate the time history of the displacement, velocity and acceleration due to a dynamic force applied at any point on the floor.
SLB can perform a frequency analysis and forced vibration analysis of the floor plate for the design of floor systems with strict vibration limits such as hospital floors or to check the effects rotating machinery will have on the slab.
AS – Includes the latest version of Australian Standards for design of concrete structures. However, treating the transfer slab independently and ignoring the rest of the structure is a more conservative analytical approach.
Basically the modelling approach or design assumptions will influence the evaluation of the loading on the transfer slab, and ultimately it will influence the entire design of the structural system. Model slabs of any shape. Remember me on this computer. The smaller the beam depth, the smaller the axial load in the transfer column. These elements can span one, two or three floors.
Beam and Band Beam Design Beams and Band beams can be defined in any direction within a model and are fully integrated in the 3D floor system. SLB offers a wide range of fast and intuitive modelling, analysis and design tools suitable for any reinforced concrete floor system.
We will follow through a numerical example to illustrate the major points.
Finite Element Analysis
Two-Way Action The plate finite element analysis used in SLB automatically considers two-way action and can be used to model slabs of any shape slags making assumptions about load path. We refined our Finite Element Meshing algorithm so that it will support this type of irregular shape geometries. Slab-on-ground can be modelled using the simplified springs or using advanced soil-structure interaction.
In this case the load is distributed to other columns which are continuous to the footing level. Its shortcoming is that the load distribution is uniform, ignoring the influence of the skabs itself.
A comprehensive design report is also produced.
When the axial stiffness of the columns is increased, the model cannot be used in lateral stability assessment. However, the total load will remain the same, but it will be distributed differently. New beam and wide beam design module produces comprehensive design output for every section along the beam.
Evaluation of the Transfer Floor Loading by Tributary Area Method Traditionally we may evaluate the loading on the transfer floor by Tributary Area approach, ignoring the flexibility of the transfer slabs, and its influence on the load sofwtare. Perform a complete frequency analysis using SLB to evaluate mode shapes and associated frequencies of the slab floor plate.
It will provide un-realistically smaller lateral deflections.
Includes the latest version of Australian Standards for design of concrete structures. You’re using an out-of-date version induvta Internet Explorer. Our suggestion is to use middle ground.
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Finite element mesh is automatically generated to modelled structural elements without the need to manually specify mesh subdivisions. Deflections Long term deflections are evaluated using the softaare to comply kcs method, or directly calculated using the Age-Adjusted Modulus method or the Eurocode 2 approach.
Check Structure A comprehensive structural check softsare be performed in order to identify and eliminate most common modelling errors. Wall Openings Wall elements can be now defined with door s and window s. However this will also have an effect on the bending moments in the beam.