RuNet BetonExpress v17.01.2017 [Size: 65.3 MB] ... With BetonExpress you can easily design structural elements of reinforced concrete. For each structural element, you specify the basic dimensions, loads and material properties, and you obtain the detailed concrete design in ultimate limit state (ULS), and in serviceability limit state (SLS). The dimensioning is according to Eurocode 2, EN 1992-1-1:2004, Design of concrete structures, General rules and rules for buildings, with supplement of Eurocode 7, EN 1997-1:2004, Geotechnical design – General rules, for geotechnical analysis (footings, retaining walls), Eurocode 0, EN 1990:2002, for load combinations, and Eurocode 8 for seismic loading. The last EN versions of the Eurocodes are implemented. You can also compute the capacity of slabs, beams and columns strengthened with FRP (fibre-reinforced polymers). Regular and light weight aggregate concrete included. The program's CAD modulus automatic generates detailed drawings of the structure and the reinforcement. A combined detailed report and reinforcing steel schedule is produced for the designed concrete components. Assumptions and references to design codes are shown in the report. The reinforcing steel schedule can be edited with a specialised editor which is included. The user can select the applicable National Annex. The design code parameters, as well as default values, can be adjusted by the user. Design Charts and Tables for use and understanding of Eurocode 2 are included n the program. In addition a set of engineering tools are included in the program. Retaining walls: Retaining walls of gravity or cantilever type (reinforced). Geotechnical design using Eurocode 7, EN 1997-1:2004, Geotechnical design – General rules or allowable soil stress. Active and passive earth pressure using Coulomb's theory. Design of gravity walls using Eurocode 6 (EC6) or allowable stresses. Earthquake analysis according to Eurocode 8 (EC8),  Mononobe-Okabe. Two different types of cantilever walls in the program: Type-A. Walls with very small back heel. The active earth pressure is computed using Coulomb's theory at the back face of the wall. Type B. Walls with back heel. The active earth pressure is computed using Rankine's theory at a vertical surface at the end of the heel.

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