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Concrete Design

Concrete Design

Continuous Beam/Slab Design

Prestressed Beam/Slab Design

Flat Slab Design

Concrete Column Design

Concrete Foundation Design

Concrete Section Design

Punching Shear Design

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The PROKON suite includes a series of modules for designing concrete elements:

Reinforced concrete beams and slabs.


Prestressed concrete beams and slabs.
Rectangular and circular columns, and also columns with any general shape.
Retaining walls.
Rectangular bases.
Design of beam and slab sections for flexure, shear and torsion.
Crackwidth calculation.
Punching shear of flat slabs.

Input of the geometry and/or load cases in some modules can be automated by
linking from the analysis results in Frame Analysis. The work flow is further
enhanced by semi-automatic generation of reinforcement bending schedules by
most of the concrete design modules. Bending schedules are stored as drawing files
that can be opened with, edited (if needed) and printed using Padds or AutoPadds.

Analysis-Design-Detailing Integration
Summary of integration between analysis, design and detailing modules:
Design Link from Design Link from Bending Schedule to
Module
Sumo Frame Analysis Padds and AutoPadds
Continuous/Bea
x x
m Slab Design
Prestressed
Beam/Slab x
Design
Rectangular Slab
x
Panel Design
Rectangular
x x x
Column Design
Circular Column
x x x
Design
General Column
x x
Design
Concrete
Retaining Wall x
Design
Concrete Base
x x x
Design
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Concrete Design
Concrete Design

Continuous Beam/Slab Design

Prestressed Beam/Slab Design

Flat Slab Design

Concrete Column Design

Concrete Foundation Design

Concrete Section Design

Punching Shear Design

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Continuous Beam/Slab Design
Design and detailing of reinforced concrete beams and slabs. Cross-sections can
include a combination of rectangular, I, T and L-sections, and spans can have
constant or tapered sections. You can design a single span (simply supported, fixed
or cantilever) or many continuous spans. Spans can be supported on with or without
rotational restraints, e.g. columns below and/or above.

The design calculations incorporates automated pattern loading (of dead and live
loads). At ultimate limit state, moments and shears can be redistributed to a user
specified percentage. Both short-term (elastic) and long-term deflections are
calculated. The long-term deflection calculations take account of concrete cracking,
shrinkage and creep. For beams and one-way spanning slabs, you can manipulate
long-term deflections by editing the steel reinforcement.

Frame Analysis also provides a convenient way for generating input for this
program. When you model a building structure, you can use the design links function
to select a series if beam elements and export the analysis results (geometry
together with the bending moment and shear force envelopes) toContinuous
Beam/Slab Design.

You can generate complete bending schedules (main bars and shear reinforcement)
for beams and slabs. A 3D picture helps you position the bars accurately and identify
conflicts. The program automatically adjusts the reinforcement detailing rules
according to the mode selected, e.g. beam or column strip of a flat slab. Using the
rebar editor, it is easy to modify the main and shear reinforcement -- diagrams
display the entered reinforcement together with the required amounts at ULS and
minimum amounts required by the design code. You can open the generated
bending schedules in Padds or AutoPadds for final editing (if needed) and printing.

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