Key features

Last updated October 30, 2020 by Trimble Solutions UK tekla.support.uk@trimble.com

Key features

Watch as we explore key features in Tekla Structural Designer 2020 and subsequent service packs. We’ll take a look at general improvements made to the Find functionality before moving on to some new features, such as Beam end partial fixity. Tekla Structural Designer now has the ability to model a connection stiffness between ‘Fully Fixed’ and ‘Pinned’ for Beams to Columns, Beams to Beams, Beams to Walls and Beams to Supports. We’ll also look at the new design for high shear in combined bending and axial check, fire resistance check, review-view control of Cracked/Uncracked setting for concrete members and the new diaphragm load type.

Read more:        
New Beam End Partial Fixity
Steel Design - New Design for High Shear in Combined Bending & Axial Check - Eurocode EC3 All NA’s                              
Steel Design - New Fire Resistance Check to Eurocode EN 1993-1-2, Cl 4.2.4 - All NA’s                            
New Review-View Control of Cracked/Uncracked Setting for Concrete Members                             
New Diaphragm Load type - allows application of single lateral and torsion loads to diaphragms
 

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tekla structural designer
2020
Service pack 3
Find
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Cutting Plane
beam end partial fixity
design
high shear
combined bending
axial check
fire resistance
cracked
uncracked
diaphragm load type
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