Corbels or brackets are very common members of concrete hall-type buildings. A corbel is the only solution how to safely support the beams due to the slenderness of the columns. Would you like to have software that makes corbels easy and fast to model, design, and check?
Join our Summer Series webinar to learn how to model, design, and check corbels and brackets of concrete hall-type buildings. The whole process of modeling, reinforcement designing, and assessing at one place in the IDEA StatiCa Detail application.
Corbel is a well-known discontinuity region and classical beam theory cannot be applied. You will learn how to model a corbel quickly and easily. All limit states checks available, including serviceability limit states like crack width check. Drafts for reinforcement drawing and complete report of the code-checks included. No more strut and tie models, time-consuming way, and no clear solution for your corbels.
The Summer Webinar Series
How to deal with discontinuity regions is a new series of three short webinars for beginners to get quickly familiar with the program. By covering the most common examples of complex concrete details, you will learn how to use the software and be productive and safe in designing and code-checking reinforced concrete structures.
There will be three webinars with relevant content:
Don’t struggle, attend each of the webinars for free!
The ultimate solution for concrete details and structural parts
Common 3D FEA software considers the linear behavior of concrete. Design and code-checks of reinforcement are limited, especially for the serviceability limit state, which may lead to the development of excessive cracks. All of that is covered within the CSFM-based application IDEA StatiCa Detail. Now, all engineers can efficiently design and code-check structures of any shape and many more.