# Verification Examples

Motto:

,,There is singularity between linear and nonlinear world.”

(Dr. Imre Bojtár)

Verification Examples is a collection of calculation examples that compare FEM-Design analysis with hand calculations.

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.

# 1 Linear static calculations

## 7 Calculations considering nonlinear effects

7.1 Uplift calculation
7.1.1 A trusses with limited compression members
7.1.2 A continuous beam with three supports
7.2 Cracked section analysis by reinforced concrete elements
7.2.1 Cracked deflection of a simply supported beam
7.2.2 Cracked deflection of a statically indeterminate beam
7.2.3 Cracked deflection of a cantilever beam
7.2.4 Cracked deflection of a cantilever beam with compressed reinforcement bars
7.2.5 Cracked deflection of a cantilever with bending moment and normal forces
7.2.6 Cracked deflection of a simply supported square slab
7.3 Nonlinear soil calculation
7.4 Elasto-plastic calculations
7.4.1 Elasto-plastic point support in a beam
7.4.2 Elasto-plastic line support in a plate
7.4.3 Elasto-plastic surface support with detach in an embedded plate
7.4.4 Elasto-plastic trusses in a multispan continuous beam
7.4.5 Elasto-plastic point-point connection between cantilevers
7.4.6 Elasto-plastic point-point connection with uplift in a multispan continuous beam
7.4.7 Elasto-plastic edge connections in a building braced by shear walls
7.4.8 Elasto-plastic edge connections with detach in a shear wall
7.4.9 Elasto-plastic line-line connections in a square plate
7.5 Calculation with construction stages
7.5.1 A steel frame building with construction stages calculation

## 9 Design calculations

#### 9.2 Reinforced concrete design

9.2.1 Moment capacity calculation for beams under pure bending
9.2.1.1 Under-reinforced cross section
9.2.1.2 Normal-reinforced cross section
9.2.1.3 Over-reinforced cross section
9.2.2 Required reinforcement calculation for a slab
9.2.2.1 Elliptic bending
9.2.2.2 Hyperbolic bending
9.2.3 Shear capacity calculation
9.2.3.1 Shear capacity of a beam
9.2.3.2 Shear capacity of a slab
9.2.4 Crack width calculation of a beam
9.2.5 Crack width calculation of a slab
9.2.5.1 Elliptic bending
9.2.5.2 Hyperbolic bending
9.2.6 Punching calculation of a slab
9.2.6.1 Bended bars
9.2.6.2 Circular stirrups
9.2.6.3 Open stirrups
9.2.6.4 Stud rail general product
9.2.6.5 Stud rail PSB product according to ETA-13/0151
9.2.7 Interaction of normal force and biaxial bending in a column
9.2.7.1 Nominal stiffness method
9.2.7.2 Nominal curvature method
9.2.8 Calculation of a statically indeterminate beam with post tensioned cables

#### 9.4 Timber design

9.4.1 Design of timber bars
9.4.2 CLT Panel design with laminated composite shell theory
9.4.2.1 Calculation with shear coupling
9.4.2.1.1.1 Glue at narrow side
9.4.2.1.1.2 No glue at narrow side
9.4.2.1.2 Calculation without shear coupling
9.4.2.1.2.1 Glue at narrow side
9.4.2.1.2.2 No glue at narrow side
9.4.2.2 Deflection and stresses of a CLT panel supported on two opposite edges
9.4.2.3 Deflection and stresses of a CLT simply supported two-way slab
9.4.2.4 In-plane loaded CLT design check to shear failure at glued contact surface
9.4.2.5 Buckling check of a CLT wall

#### 9.5 Automatic calculation of flexural buckling length

9.5.1 Concrete frame building
9.5.1.1 Non-sway case
9.5.1.2 Sway case
9.5.2 Steel frame building
9.5.2.1 Non-sway case
9.5.2.2 Sway case
9.5.3 A column and a supporting beam with various angles

## 10 Cross section editor

References
Notes

Created by IwonaBudny on 2018/09/11 10:54