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Structural Concrete Design: ASDIP CONCRETE (Version 4) Release

By: Javier Encinas, PE | April 16, 2019ASDIP Structural Software announces the release of the new version of ASDIP CONCRETE (Version 4) engineering software. Design professionals utilize ASDIP CONCRETE software for the design of concrete members. Following are some of the most important features and benefits included in this version 4.This new version 4 includes the following three modules:Concrete Column Design – Uni-axial or bi-axial columns. Section can be either rectangular or circular. Slenderness effects are considered. Multiple reinforcing options. Graphical generation of the interaction diagram.Continuous Beam Design – Up to five spans and two cantilevers. End supports can be [...]

How to Design Continuous Beams Using ASDIP CONCRETE

By: Javier Encinas, PE | May 23, 2016 ASDIP CONCRETE is structural engineering software for design of concrete members. ASDIP CONCRETE software includes the design of multi-span continuous beams based on the latest ACI 318 provisions. Following is an overview of the steps required to design continuous beams using ASDIP CONCRETE. Click To Enlarge Select the beam type, either Rectangular, T-beam, Spandrel, Inverted-T, or L-beam. Enter the span dimensions and properties in the Geometry tab. Specify the number and type of supports. ASDIP CONCRETE offers an At-a-Glance presentation of results, [...]

Concrete Continuous Beams: A Structural Design Challenge

By: Javier Encinas, PE | February 14, 2016 ASDIP CONCRETE includes the design of continuous beams. This structural engineering software is based on the latest ACI 318 provisions. This article covers the steps in the structural design of concrete continuous multi-span beams subjected to concentrated and distributed loads. Beams are structural elements that support loads applied transversely to the beam axis, which produce a combination of shear and bending stresses. Concrete beams are usually continuous, this is, they span between multiple supports acting structurally as a single element. This is possible because the rebars are placed continuously through the supports, [...]

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