X

Concise Beam 4.65.7.0

Engineering Applications

 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • عرض
مسح الكل
مشاركات جديدة

    Concise Beam 4.65.7.0

    Concise Beam V4 is an easy to use program for the design of precast concrete beams. Concise Beam will perform a load analysis and design checks in accordance with the latest edition of ACI 318, CSA A23.3 & S6, AS3600, or NZ3101.1. Key code parameters can be customized to simulate other design codes. The beam can be conventionally reinforced, partially or fully pretensioned. It can model any cross-sectional shape and will allow the cross-section to vary prismatically (step-wise) over the length of the beam. A graphical editor allows the user to describe any cross-section, including voids.

    Concise Beam works in two-dimensions using simple beam theory (ACI B-region) but will also account for torsion along the beam. Concise Beam is NOT able to perform any analysis or design checks required for disturbed regions (ACI D-region) such as at sudden changes in section, large openings, notches, or dapped ends. The user can work in metric or U.S. Customary (Imperial) units, with a variety of individual units (i.e. mm, cm, m), and switch back and forth at will. Libraries of industry standard cross-sections and materials are provided with Concise Beam. The standard libraries can be modified, extended and customized by the user.





    Beam Layouts
    Single simply-supported beam
    Cantilevers at one or both ends
    Analyze any user defined cross-section
    All standardized loads, load cases, and combinations
    Moving Loads, including highway live loads
    Load distribution (including PCI hollowcore distribution)
    Cast-in-place pour (topping or deck) definition with haunch
    Shoring of Cast-in-place pour (point or continuous)

    Reinforcement Options
    Reinforced precast concrete beams
    Full or partially-prestressed (pre-tensioned) precast concrete beams
    Deflected, cut, and debonded tendons
    Strand transfer and development options available

    Advanced Engineering Capability
    Uses detailed methods whenever appropriate
    Strain-compatibility section analysis accounting for slippage and rupture
    Lateral stability check of tall girders during lifting and transport
    Shear check of hollowcore with filled cores
    Strand and rebar slippage and over-strain check
    Cracked section analysis
    Transfer, lifting, and final stress analysis
    Shored construction options
    Torsion analysis
    Interface shear design check
    Deflection, camber, bearing movement estimates
    Maximum crack width estimate
    PCI Vibration Analysis for Walking and Rhythmic Activity
    Follows recognized methods as used in the PCI Design Handbook, CPCI Metric Design Manual, and the NPCAA Precast Concrete Handbook.
    Concise Beam is NOT able to perform any analysis or design checks required for disturbed regions (ACI D-region) such as at sudden changes in section, large openings, notches, or dapped ends.

    Whats New
    - Revised the wording of the "Deflection Limits - Final Service" graph for better clarity. The graph has also been renamed the "Change in Deflection - Final Service" graph.


    File size: 25.6 MB

    Download

    *


    #2
    Update

    Concise Beam 4.65.7.0

    9/12/2022
    تعليق
    Working...
    X