Worked Examples on Cross Section Analysis & Design software application
Cross Section Analysis & Design performs all cross section calculation tasks. Among the program’s capabilities are the calculation and illustration of Moment vs. Curvature graphs, interaction surfaces, stain distributions as well as stress contour plots. Moreover, reinforcement check or design options are also supported. The application fully complies with all major codes for reinforced concrete sections (AASHTO, UBC, AS 3600, IS 456, ACI 318, BS 8110, CSA A233, EC2, NZS 3101 and CP 65) but can also handle other user-defined materials (linear, bilinear, trilinear, parabolic or fully customized materials by providing a stress/strain curve).
Cross Section Analysis & Design covers efficiently a design engineer’s everyday needs due to the program’s simplicity and the wide range of supported cases.
Below you can find a series of worked examples for Cross Section Analysis & Design which can also be found in the application using the File -> Open sample project menu item. We have tried to include characteristic examples from an extended range of common cases in the field of concrete, steel and composite structures.
These examples can also be viewed/downloaded in pdf format here.
- Example 1: Reinforcement design of a beam section
- Example 2: Reinforcement design of a beam section with rebar size constraints
- Example 3: Moment vs. Curvature Curve for specific axial force levels
- Example 4: Moment vs. Curvature Curve for specific reinforcement ratios
- Example 5: Control of concrete cracking: Estimation of the stress at reinforcement (Serviceability Limit State)
- Example 6: Control of concrete cracking: Estimate the stress at reinforcement (Serviceability Limit State) considering concrete tensile strength and using a parabolic concrete curve
- Example 7: Control of concrete cracking by reducing the maximum reinforcement stress
- Example 8: Reinforcement design for both Ultimate and Serviceability Limit States
- Example 9: Check of user-defined reinforcement pattern in a composite cross section of a column
- Example 10: Construction of interaction diagram for a composite cross section of a column
- Example 11: Cross sectional properties of a built-up steel section
- Example 12: Construction of interaction diagram for a built-up steel section
- Example 13: Estimation of maximum and minimum developed stresses on a built-up steel section under given external loads
- Example 14: Check of a timber cross section
- Example 15: Steel jacketing for improvement of column strength and ductility