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Material nonlinearity for 3d beam

Short Overview

  • consideration of 3D-beams with two-axial bending including normal forces
  • consideration of tension stiffening effects
  • selection of different evaluation procedures
  • automatic evaluation of ultimate load
  • realistic evaluation of deflections and stresses
  • modelling of rebars and prestressing cables
Cracked rc-sections of beams with tension stiffening effects

Benefits of material nonlinearity for 3d beam

For analyses in the cracked state, the basic system of TRIMAS® and PONTI® can be enhanced by the option cracked concrete for spatial frameworks. The fully graphically interactive processing enables fast familiarisation and provides the following advantages:

  • Simple input of the reinforcement in the bar cross section
  • Application for DIN 1045-1 and EC 2
  • Can be used for arbitrary spatial frame systems
  • Analysis of spatial stability failure
  • An ultimate load calculation is also possible for prestressed systems
  • Economic component design via use of surplus capacities
  • Evaluation of realistic deformations

Detailed informations to material nonlinearity for 3d beam

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