CSFM is an innovative method implemented in IDEA StatiCa Concrete used for the design of reinforced concrete structures. In this webinar, we taking a close look at this method and show you that there is no need to be afraid of using CSFM calculations in your projects.
Join our Connection Wednesday webinar on March 18th, to see how IDEA StatiCa was used in The Thames Tideway Tunnel – the biggest infrastructure project ever undertaken by the UK water industry. In addition, we will go through one “HelpDesk highlight” – that can provide a nice solution for reinforcing the web of a wide column with doubler plates, while maintaining the default length of the column.
Join our webinar and learn how to check concrete structures for fire resistance with IDEA StatiCa.
Join our regular Connection Wednesday webinar and take a close look into some of the common mistakes that a rookie can make when designing and code-checking steel connections with IDEA StatiCa.
This Connection Wednesday webinar we are presenting a high-profile project from Applied Engineering Design (AED), a pioneering Scottish engineering design specialist with offices in Edinburgh and Bath. AED has used IDEA StatiCa in Battersea Power Station – one of the biggest regeneration projects in Europe and an iconic landmark on London’s riverbank and has been tasked with creating a high-level temporary roadway at the site which is capable of carrying heavy construction traffic.
10 Fenchurch Avenue is a new mixed-use office development located in the heart of London’s insurance district. This project is London’s first publicly accessible roof garden in the ‘true sense’, towering 65 meters above street level.
CHS joints are very common in steel structures these days and the variety of their topology and possible designs is enormous. In this webinar, we demonstrate the cutting edge of what can currently be designed, quickly and easily, by using IDEA StatiCa Connection and provide tips for the advanced design of CHS joints.