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21 21  We are continuously developing this verification book therefore some discrepancy in the numbering of the chapters or some missing examples can occur. The Verification Manual is available as pdf book.
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23 23  
24 -== Linear static calculations ==
24 +== 1 Linear static calculations ==
25 25  
26 -* [[Beam with two point loading at one-third of its span>>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A26%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C708.6%2C0%5D]]
27 -* [[Calculation of a circular plate with concentrated force at its center>>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A36%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C745.1%2C0%5D]]
28 -* [[A simply supported square plate with uniform load>>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A52%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C745.1%2C0%5D]]
29 -* [[Peak smoothing of the bending moments in a flat slab >>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A67%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C745.1%2C0%5D]]
26 +1.1 Beam with two point loading at one-third of its span 7
27 +1.2 Calculation of a circular plate with concentrated force at its center 9
28 +1.3 A simply supported square plate with uniform load 13
29 +1.4 Peak smoothing of the bending moments in a flat slab 16
30 30  
31 -== Second order analysis ==
31 +== 2 Second order analysis ==
32 32  
33 -* [[A column with vertical and horizontal loads >>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A94%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C708.6%2C0%5D]]
34 -* [[A plate with in-plane and out-of-plane loads>>http://download.strusoft.com/FEM-Design/inst180x/documents/verification_examples.pdf#%5B%7B%22num%22%3A107%2C%22gen%22%3A0%7D%2C%7B%22name%22%3A%22XYZ%22%7D%2C65.4%2C745.1%2C0%5D]]
33 +2.1 A column with vertical and horizontal loads 21
34 +2.2 A plate with in-plane and out-of-plane loads 24
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36 +== 3 Stability analysis ==
37 +
38 +3.1 Flexural buckling analysis of a beam model with different boundary conditions 28
39 +3.2 Buckling analysis of a plate with shell model 31
40 +3.3 Lateral torsional buckling of an I section with shell model 34
41 +3.4 Lateral torsional buckling of a cantilever with elongated rectangle section 37
42 +
43 +==
44 +4 Calculation of eigenfrequencies with linear dynamic theory ==
45 +
46 +4.1 Continuous mass distribution on a cantilever column 39
47 +4.2 Free vibration shapes of a clamped circular plate due to its self-weight 42
48 +
49 +== 5 Seismic calculation ==
50 +
51 +5.1 Lateral force method with linear shape distribution on a cantilever 44
52 +5.2 Lateral force method with fundamental mode shape distribution on a cantilever 47
53 +5.3 Modal analysis of a concrete frame building 49
54 +6 Calculation considering diaphragms 58
55 +6.1. A simple calculation with diaphragms 58
56 +6.2. The calculation of the shear center 58
57 +7 Calculations considering nonlinear effects 63
58 +7.1 Uplift calculation 63
59 +7.1.1 A trusses with limited compression members 63
60 +7.1.2 A continuous beam with three supports 67
61 +7.2 Cracked section analysis by reinforced concrete elements 73
62 +7.2.1 Cracked deflection of a simly supported beam 73
63 +7.2.2 Cracked deflection of a statically indeterminate beam 79
64 +7.2.3 Cracked deflection of a cantilever beam 85
65 +7.2.4 Cracked deflection of a cantilever beam with compressed reinforcement bars 90
66 +7.2.5 Cracked deflection of a cantilever with bending moment and normal forces 94
67 +7.2.6 Cracked deflection of a simply supported square slab 103
68 +7.3 Nonlinear soil calculation 110
69 +7.4 Elasto-plastic calculations 111
70 +7.4.1 Elasto-plastic point support in a beam 111
71 +7.4.2 Elasto-plastic line support in a plate 116
72 +7.4.3 Elasto-plastic surface support with detach in an embedded plate 121
73 +7.4.4 Elasto-plastic trusses in a multispan continuous beam 131
74 +7.4.5 Elasto-plastic point-point connection between cantilevers 141
75 +7.4.6 Elasto-plastic point-point connection with uplift in a multispan continuous beam 145
76 +7.4.7 Elasto-plastic edge connections in a building braced by shear walls 151
77 +7.4.8 Elasto-plastic edge connections with detach in a shear wall 155
78 +7.4.9 Elasto-plastic line-line connections in a square plate 161
79 +7.5 Calculation with construction stages 165
80 +7.5.1 A steel frame building with construction stages calculation 165
81 +8 Footfall analysis 171
82 +8.1 Footfall analysis of a concrete footbridge 171
83 +8.2 Footfall analysis of a composite floor 175
84 +8.3 Footfall analysis of a lightweight floor 177
85 +8.4 Footfall analysis of a small stage with rhythmic crowd load 179
86 +9 Design calculations 183
87 +9.1 Foundation design 183
88 +9.1.1 Design of an isolated foundation 183
89 +9.1.2 Design of a wall foundation 183
90 +9.1.3 Design of a foundation slab 183
91 +9.2 Reinforced concrete design 184
92 +9.2.1 Moment capacity calculation for beams under pure bending 184
93 +9.2.1.1 Under-reinforced cross section 184
94 +9.2.1.2 Normal-reinforced cross section 191
95 +9.2.1.3 Over-reinforced cross section 194
96 +9.2.2 Required reinforcement calculation for a slab 197
97 +9.2.2.1 Elliptic bending 197
98 +9.2.2.2 Hyperbolic bending 207
99 +9.2.3 Shear capacity calculation 217
100 +9.2.3.1 Shear capacity of a beam 217
101 +9.2.3.2 Shear capacity of a slab 220
102 +9.2.4 Crack width calculation of a beam 224
103 +9.2.5 Crack width calculation of a slab 230
104 +9.2.5.1 Elliptic bending 231
105 +9.2.5.2 Hyperbolic bending 243
106 +9.2.6 Punching calculation of a slab 265
107 +9.2.6.1 Bended bars 266
108 +9.2.6.2 Circular stirrups 271
109 +9.2.6.3 Open stirrups 274
110 +9.2.6.4 Stud rail general product 277
111 +9.2.6.5 Stud rail PSB product according to ETA-13/0151 280
112 +9.2.7 Interaction of normal force and biaxial bending in a column 284
113 +9.2.7.1 Nominal stiffness method 285
114 +9.2.7.2 Nominal curvature method 292
115 +9.2.8 Calculation of a statically indeterminate beam with post tensioned cables 296
116 +9.3 Steel design 305
117 +9.3.1 Interaction of normal force, bending moment and shear force 305
118 +9.3.2 Buckling of a doubly symmetric I section 310
119 +9.3.3 Buckling of a doubly symmetric + section 315
120 +9.3.4 Buckling of a mono-symmetric channel section 320
121 +9.3.5 Lateral torsional buckling of a doubly symmetric I section 327
122 +9.3.6 Interaction of biaxial bending and axial compression in an RHS section 332
123 +9.3.7 Interaction calculation with a Class 4 section 343
124 +9.4 Timber design 344
125 +9.5 Automatic calculation of flexural buckling length 345
126 +9.5.1 Concrete frame building 345
127 +9.5.1.1 Non-sway case 345
128 +9.5.1.2 Sway case 348
129 +9.5.2 Steel frame building 350
130 +9.5.2.1 Non-sway case 350
131 +9.5.2.2 Sway case 352
132 +9.5.3 A column and a supporting beam with various angles 355
133 +10 Cross section editor 358
134 +10.1 Calculation of a compound cross section 358
135 +References 360
136 +Notes 361
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