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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IDEA StatiCa - Stability of slender RC preacst columns

Stability of slender RC precast columns

Prefabricated members are often very slender in order to minimize their weight, to optimize the material and, last but not least, to improve the aesthetic aspect of the whole building. But how to deal with the stability of precast reinforced concrete...

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IDEA StatiCa - How to code-check deep beam

Webinar – How to code-check a deep beam

Webinar details Join us on Tuesday, 16th of August 2022 at 10:00am (BST)  Learn more about:  Modeling of the deep beam effectively.  Local load input and reinforcement design.  Interpretation of the results. Register Now The Speaker Lukas Juricek Product Engineer IDEA StatiCa Deep beams are nowadays...

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IDEA StatiCa - How to deal with corbels

Webinar – How to deal with Corbels

Webinar details Join us on Tuesday, 2nd of August 2022 at 10:00am (BST)  Learn more about:  Modeling of reinforced concrete corbel.  Load cases and combinations.  Reinforcement design.  Analysis and check. Register Now Corbels or brackets are very common members of concrete hall-type buildings....

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Design of eccentrically connected bracing members - IDEA StatiCa

Design of eccentrically connected bracing members

We could find them in almost every structure. Structural members come into the node with eccentricity from the ideal axial position. Is it still safe to neglect the eccentricity, or should it be considered? Frequent questions with no general answer. Every...

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IDEA StatiCa Customer 6000 - Liphart Steel

Meet IDEA StatiCa customer number 6000

IDEA StatiCa is happy to announce that we have achieved another milestone: customer number 6000. Recently, we successfully delivered a license to Liphart Steel from Richmond, Virginia. Dave Eckrote, managing director of IDEA StatiCa US, personally delivered the certificate of...

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IDEA StatiCa Webinar - Design of discontinuity regions 2022

IDEA StatiCa Webinar – Design of discontinuity regions

What is going to be covered? In this webinar, we are aiming to introduce the participant, to novel methodologies for the design of potentially critical regions of structures called discontinuity regions. Join us on Thursday, 23rd of June 2022 at 12:00 -...

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IDEA StatiCa Webinar – Castellated Beams

In this webinar, we discuss how castellated beam geometries are subject to several limitations that can easily be avoided by applying advanced design methodologies readily accessible in currently available tools Castellated beams are widely used structural elements. The obvious advantage offered...

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IDEA StatiCa - Problems with deadload

Problems with dead load are dead

Sometimes, we are focused so much on complex tasks that some obvious ones are postponed and overlooked. Now, the time has come to fix that and bring the calculation of self-weight into the IDEA StatiCa Detail application. It took some time,...

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Lateral Torsional Buckling - Laboratory - IDEA StatiCa

Lateral Torsional Buckling

When you first heard the term ‘lateral-torsional buckling’ at university you were a student who had no real idea of the importance of this phenomenon. That being said, you quickly understood just how important this topic is! What is lateral-torsional buckling...

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BIM - News - IDEA StatiCa

BIM – Answer to all of our engineering prayers?

I was inspired to write this piece from the perspective of a consumer of structural information prepared by another – both engineers but with different end goals when they should be the same. This was after listening to many a...

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