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Steel Design

The Steel Design module in FEM-Design allows you to design and check steel , columns, beams and truss members.

The fast auto-design helps you find the most suitable cross-sections. All section shapes and classes, including class 4 profiles, can be checked for all relevant effects (for example all types of buckling and stability) and for utilisation.

Steel Design Module

Perform manual or auto-design calculations to find the most suitable steel bar cross-sections. Run a check to verify, or design steel structures for fire effect. Thickness optimisation can be done for bars modelled with 3D shell components.

Watch the Steel Design Module Overview Video

Steel Design Module Features

  • Manual and auto design to find the most suitable steel bar profiles according to Eurocode 3

  • Utilisation check of all section shapes and classes including class 4 profiles

  • Stability checks, shear buckling and inspection of web stiffeners

  • Automatic calculation of buckling coefficient used to define structural stiffness

  • Check for fire effect and design of fire protection

  • Ability to calculate and design structure nonlinearly with initial curvatures

  • Applied detailed steel joints can be considered in global 3D model analysis and design

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Calculations performed according to: –

  • EuroCode
  • Belgian National Annex
  • British National Annex
  • Danish National Annex
  • Dutch National Annex
  • Estonian National Annex
  • Finnish National Annex
  • German National Annex
  • Hungarian National Annex
  • Latvian National Annex
  • Norwegian National Annex
  • Polish National Annex
  • Romanian National Annex
  • Spanish National Annex
  • Swedish National Annex
  • Turkish Seismic Code

Languages supported: –

  • English
  • French
  • Dutch
  • Hungarian
  • Polish

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