Noncomposite castellated beam design results and noncomposite castellated failure conditions are displayed in the Noncomposite Castellated Beams dialog. In the Noncomposite Castellated Beams dialog, shear, body buckling, vierendeel controls in gross and net area, as well as internal force results and net moment of inertia calculation are also given.

Location of Noncomposite Castellated Beams Dialogue

After the analysis is done, you can access it by clicking the Noncomposite Castellated Beam Design Results command under the Steel Design heading in the ribbon menu Analysis and Design tab .

General Specifications of Noncomposite Castellated Beams Dialogue

Summary Information

The summary information about the line where the cursor is located is given in the name of the dialog in story, pose format.

For example, STORY 1, SB001

Using the Shift key

In this tab, you can select more than one row with the Shift key, enter a value by double-clicking any cell whose value is open to change, and make that value apply to all selected rows.

Using the Ctrl key

Ctrl key selects the lines in between one by one.

Previous

The cursor moves to the previous line.

Next

The cursor goes to the next line.

OK

It saves the changes made and closes the dialog.

Cancel

Closes the dialog without saving the changes made.

Noncomposite Castellated Beams

Design Checks Tab

Specifications

ID

Castellated is the name of the beam in the plan.

Section

It is the section used in honeycomb beam.

Material

Castellated is the material class of the beam.

PMM ratio

It is the ratio of requirement to cross section capacity (PMM Ratio = Need/Capacity).

Shear (Gross)

It is the ratio of shear force to capacity in gross section.

Shear (Net)

It is the ratio of the shear force to the capacity in the net section.

Horizontal shear

It is the ratio of shear force to capacity in horizontal section.

Web post buckling

It is the ratio of the twisting moment in the body to the capacity.

Vierendeel bending

Vierendeel is the ratio of need to capacity according to castellated beam calculation.

Deflection

Deflection value of castellated beam.

Check

It is an information box whose sign changes according to the presence or absence of negativity in the section.

Design Details Tab

Specifications

Deflection

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Deflection: It is the deflection formed in the honeycomb beam.
Span: Castellated is the length of the beam.
Limit value: The limit deflection value of the beam according to the regulation.
Ratio: It is the ratio of deflection made by the beam to the limit value.

Axial force and biaxial bending

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Pu: It is the axial load value.
Mu3: It is the moment value acting on the element in 3 direction.
Mu2: It is the moment value acting on the element in the 3 direction.
Pc: The axial load capacity of the honeycomb beam.
Mc3: It is the moment capacity of the element in 3 directions.
Mc2: It is the moment capacity of the element in 3 directions.
Interaction equation: It is the interaction equation of design.
Ratio: It is the moment-to-capacity ratio.

Shear (Gross)

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Vu: It is the shear force acting on the element.
Vc: It is the shear force capacity of the element.
Ratio : It is the ratio of the shear force of the element to the capacity.

Shear (Net)

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Vu: It is the shear force acting on the element.
Vc: It is the shear force capacity of the element.
Ratio: It is the ratio of the shear force of the element to the capacity.

Horizontal shear

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Vu: It is the shear force acting on the element.
Vc: It is the shear force capacity of the element.
Ratio: It is the ratio of the shear force of the element to the capacity.

Web post buckling

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Mu: It is the moment value acting on the element.
Mc: Moment capacity of the element.
Ratio: It is the ratio of the moment acting on the element to the capacity.

Vierendeel bending

Combo: It is the combination that creates the most unfavorable section forces.
Location: It is the position of the section forces taken into account in the design on the beam.
Pu: It is the axial load value.
Mu3: It is the moment value acting on the element in 3 direction.
Mu2: It is the moment value acting on the element in the 3 direction.
Pc: The axial load capacity of the honeycomb beam.
Mc3: It is the moment capacity of the element in 3 directions.
Mc2: It is the moment capacity of the element in 3 directions.
Interaction equation: It is the interaction equation used in ratio calculation.
Ratio: It is the moment-capacity ratio found by the interaction equation.

Force and Moments Tab

Specifications

i

The web post and opening in the honeycomb beam are listed.

x

It shows the location where the relevant forces and moments are located.

Vu

It is the shear force acting on the element.

Mu3

 

It is the moment value acting on the element in 3 direction.

Mu2

It is the moment value acting on the element in 2 direction.

Pv

 

It is the axial force value.

Mv3

It is the moment value acting on the element in 3 direction.

Mv2

It is the moment value acting on the element in 2 direction.

Vh

Shear force acting on the element.

Mh

It is the moment value acting on the element.

Section Details Tab

Specifications

Section properties

Ix, net: Shows the net moment of inertia in the x direction.

T section properties

A: Shows the section area.
J: Shows the Polar Moment of Inertia.
Ix: Shows the moment of inertia in the x direction.
Iy: Shows the moment of inertia in the y direction.
ix: Shows the radius of inertia in the x direction.
iy: Shows the radius of inertia in the y direction.
Wex, üst: Indicates the moment of elastic strength in the x direction in the upper cap region.
Wey, üst: Indicates the moment of elastic strength in the y-direction in the upper cap region.
Wex, alt: Shows the moment of elastic strength in the x direction in the subheading region.
Wey, alt: Indicates the moment of elastic strength in the y-direction in the subheading region.
Wpx: Shows the plastic strength moment in the x direction.
Wpy: Shows the plastic strength moment in the y direction.


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