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.



Double beam on shifted-end plate

Another example of how IDEA StatiCa can help you to go beyond the code limitations, and design connections that incorporate elements and characteristics such as web openings, eccentricities, etc, that would otherwise require 'hand' calculations....

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IDEA StatiCa UK joins the BCSA

IDEA StatiCa UK is extremely proud to become Industry member of the British Constructional Steelwork Association Limited (BCSA), which is the national organisation for the steel construction industry....

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AKTII invests in IDEA StatiCa

AKTII, one of the leading and multi-awarded engineering firms in the UK, with an impressive portfolio of projects in 44 countries worldwide, has recently invested in IDEA StatiCa for the design of steel connections. ...

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Eccentric connections

Eccentric connections are quite challenging. The designer must account for them in his calculations and make assumptions for their influence on each component (bolts, welds and plates). Moreover, they require connecting plates and members with unorthodox geometries that bring existing...

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Digital design and computation conference

Continuing the close cooperation with the iStructE, IDEA StatiCa UK will be sponsoring – and presenting – one of the most interesting conferences for 2020, the Digital design and computation conference....

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Truss joint design with open sections

Taking a closer look at the design of truss joints, composed solely from open sections, based on David Brown's article at the NSC issue of January, and comparing the results with an IDEA StatiCa model....

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Load on a curve from DXF reference

Load on a curve imported from DXF reference can save you a lot of time during the input of loads for concrete structures. This new functionality can help a lot when defining shear stress flow in sections capable of transferring...

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