UK office of IDEA StatiCa s.r.o.
Email: info@ideastatica.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 20 3579 9397

About IDEA StatiCa

We develop software for structural engineers and detailers. Our development team researches, tests, and applies new methods of analyzing the behaviour of structures and their members. Based on this, we created IDEA StatiCa – software that enables engineers to work faster, evaluate requirements of the national code thoroughly, and use the optimal amount of material. For us, creating software is a way to contribute to making every new construction around the world safer and cheaper.

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Technical articles for Concrete

IDEA StatiCa - Concrete slender columns design
Technical articles

Trouble-free design of concrete slender columns

Structural engineers have to balance their load-bearing structure designs to be economical and safe. Nowadays, they need to deal with more and more slender and subtle structures either due to saving costs or satisfying architectural requirements. Introduction What goes through

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IDEA StatiCa - Truss model
Technical articles

Are truss models outdated in the 21st century?

IDEA StatiCa cooperates with professor Walter Kaufmann and his team at ETH Zurich on verification and validation of its concrete applications since 2016. In January 2021, professor Kaufmann published on the ETH website a blog post related to truss models.

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Code checking of a box girder diaphragm according to Eurocode

At IDEA StatiCa, we don’t simply improve the structural design methods, we reinvent them! Our IDEA StatiCa Detail application is able to analyze and design any concrete discontinuity region using the new method CSFM (Continuous Stress Field Method) that eliminates the shortcomings and simplifications of the strut and tie analogy.

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Curved shear wall design with IDEA StatiCa RCS

In this article, we are presenting a case study of IDEA StatiCa RCS through a real project from one of our customers, which although relatively small-scaled, presents the designer with several challenges that make the calculation of internal forces complex, with the biggest one being the curved concrete walls. The design of such elements usually involves a lot of assumptions, engineering judgment, and a combination of hand calculations with dedicated software that would still not provide complete insight and code compliance.

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