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ideCAD® Structural, which is a general analysis, design and drawing program, where steel, reinforced concrete and composite structures can be modeled together in the same platform. Calculations can be made with rigid diaphragm, partially rigid diaphragm or without rigid diaphragm on floors. Multi-storey buildings, industrial buildings and random structures can be modelled according to the rules specified in the earthquake regulations. The truss are integrated in the same system with shell elements that can be used. Thanks to integration, slabs, shearwalls, foundations and truss elements can be analyzed and designed in the same system.

Building Information Modelling (BIM)

BIM is not a stand-alone program. BIM is a process that by working together with architects, civil engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and other disciplines, preparing the 3D model of the building to include the characteristics of the materials and materials to be used during the design phase and reducing the time and material losses that will occur during the construction. In summary, it is the name of the process that enables analysis such as energy efficiency before starting project. In this process, ideCAD provides full automation in architectural and static project.

Architectural, Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structure Design

With ideCAD Yapı, reinforced concrete and steel mixed multi-storey structures, hall-type and industrial structures, canopy structures, stadium and similar structures, multi-storey reinforced concrete structures with steel-fitting roof can be modeled.

 

Owing to Building Information Modeling, common data is studied in the architectural and static project design process. In the system that enables architects and engineers to work together on the same structure. The project is modeled once and "Full Integration" is provided. Architectural plan and formwork plan are two different modes of operation within the same project and overlap exactly.

Architectural and Structural Integration
There is no need to re-model architectural projects prepared with ideCAD Architecture for static reinforced concrete calculations. Because the Building Information Model is created in the architectural project phase. Building objects such as walls, columns, beams, foundations, stairs, floors are common for both professions. In addition, the properties of the objects such as width, height, and material are the same. In this way, the engineer receives a project from the architect consisting of elements whose parameters are determined almost entirely at the end of the design work. Defining the walls and floors during the architectural project phase allows the project to start engineering without any loss of information and time and shortens the static project process.

In addition to sharing the three-dimensional building information model of projects with other BIM programs with the help of IFC data, the program allows to read and save in 100% AutoCAD compatible DWG format, and 2D architectural drawings can be imported and used as a base. Data exchange is provided with DXF, DWF, OBJ, BMP, JPG, TIF, TIFF, PNG and TGA formats. With PDF compatibility, projects can be examined "without having the program".

By transferring data to SAP2000®, ideCAD allows comparison of the analysis results of structural systems. Projects can also be transferred to Tekla.


Modelable Structures
Reinforced Concrete Structures
Structures with rigid, semi-rigid, and without rigid diaphrams analysis can be done. High Rise reinforced concrete structures, industrial structures, tunnel form systems, ribbed and waffle systems with A2 and A3 irregularities can be analyzed.
Steel Structures

Highrise buildings, industrial buildings (including multiple halls, mezzanine floors, crane systems and etc.), canopy structures, sports facilities, stadiums, pedestrian overpass structures and many more can be analyzed.

Composite Structures

Structures with concrete shear wall cores and steel frames, steel roof structures, reinforced concrete structures with steel framed upper stories, steel-concrete composite beams can be analyzed. 


CAD Interface
Ribbon Menu

Reinforced concrete, steel, joints, analysis, design, display results, drawings, reports and so on, you can easily access the commands and subcommands with the ribbon menu which is categorized according to the intended use with grouped titles.

Command Window
In addition to entering data with the mouse, menus and icons, you can quickly create your model by typing "command and shortened command" from the keyboard to the command line.
Commutative Menu
Background, working platform, colors, menu locations, command groups, shortcut commands can be changed and customized.
Data Entry with Section, Plan and View

Data is entered through section windows with plan, default and defined views.

Data Entry from Working Platform

With the 3 points, working plane can create the target working plane over the objects and data is entered through the created working planes.

3D Interactive Editing
Plan, perspective, cross-section, view windows, and 3D windows enables to create, move, copy, duplicate, mirror and offset the model. While working on one window you are able to work on another window without any interruption.
Editing Drawings
Snap tool, object choosing commands, local coordinates, smart tools for objects, transition between story edits and many more tools accelerate your project revisions.
Layers , Colors and Fonts
In addition to the advanced 3D capabilities, ideCAD, which includes tools used in CAD programs, allows all drawings to be prepared and printed directly without the need for any other program.

Frame Elements
Cross Sections
Rectangular, circular, trapezoidal and general polygon sections can be used for reinforced concrete elements. For steel elements, circular, box, W, HD, IPN, IPE, HE, UPE, UPN, Angelina and Castellated profiles are used in the section library. With the section design editor, new sections are created and you can combine the sections easily. Light steel profiles can be used in purlins and tie rods.
Columns and Beams
Flat slab columns, story columns, inclined columns, and rectangular, circular, polygonal profiles can be choosen. For beams rectangular,t-shape, half t-shape,story beams, intermediate story beams, can be choosen in plan as an inclined and straight. From columns and beams it can be obtained 3D analytical model.
Bracings

It automatically creates vertical and horizontal bracings. The degree of freedoms is in accordance with the analysis model are automatically identified.

Strip Foundation
Rectangular, trapezoid, and semi-trapezoid foundations which stays on elastic soil can be modelled in 3D. Mat foundation with super-structure can be modelled in common which can assemble to global rigidity matrix of structure.
Pile Foundations
With the variation of soil layer properties, along the depth and joint part there exist spring which enables to create piles. Piles can be calculated in 3D with interaction of super structure.

Shell Elements
Shear Wall
Rectangular I, T, L, U, C and E reinforced concrete walls with cross-sectional shape can be modelled as orthotropic shell finite elements with containing degrees of freedom for both in-plane and out-of-plane displacements and can have different in-plane and out-of-plane effective cross-sectional stiffnesses as specified in TBDY 2018. 
On the center of the section internal force diagrams can be obtained and basement shear walls can be modelled in shell finite element models.
 
Polygon Shear Walls

Rectangular I, T, L, U, C and E reinforced concrete walls with cross-sectional shape can be modelled as orthotropic shell finite elements with containing degrees of freedom for both in-plane and out-of-plane displacements and can have different in-plane and out-of-plane effective cross-sectional stiffnesses as specified in TBDY 2018. 

Dome and Vault

Analysis can be modelled with 6 degree of freedom elements.

Slabs
In the analysis of slabs which may also have gaps of various sizes, to determine the load transfer in their planes accurately, it can be modelled as shell finite elements with containing 6 degrees of freedom for both in-plane and out-of-plane displacements and can have different in-plane and out-of-plane effective cross-sectional stiffnesses as specified in TBDY 2018. 
 
Flat Slabs
Flat slabs with in-plane bending, shear and axial are considered with the acceptance of elastic diaphragm (semi-rigid diaphragm).
Composite Slabs

Combination of steel and reinforced concrete elements together produces lightweight and economic solutions. Composite floor command with trapezoidal deck and monolithic deck allows you to model with two alternatives.

Mat Foundation
Foundations with gaps, varying depths, beam and beamless are placed on elastic soil, and it is modelled as six degree of freedom shell structure.
Stairs and Ramps
Ramps and stairs are modelled with six degree of freedom and they are interrelated with shear walls, columns, beams, and plaques. Joint points are connected automatically and analytical model will be otained.

Structural Analysis Model
Frame - Shell Integration

The 3-D analysis model is created with the appropriate integration of frame and shell elements using the finite element method. Frame elements such as columns and beams connected to shear walls and slabs are automatically connected to finite elements in their physical positions.

Frame Finite Element Modelling

Columns and beams are constructed with a linear model to represent frame behavior and in accordance with the current literature of finite elements used worldwide.

Shell Finite Element Modelling

Shear walls and slabs are created with 8-point rectangular and 8Q quadratic model to represent the shell behavior in accordance with the current finite element literature used worldwide.


Steel Macros
Truss Macro
Any kind of truss system without type and geometrical restrictions can be designed.
Steel Secondary Beams

The steel secondary beam, with its smart object feature, detects steel and reinforced concrete beams, and the appropriate connections are made automatically to the necessary connections for the models and appropriate degree of freedoms are assigned automaticly into the analysis model.

Steel Purlin

Purlin and tie rods are created with smart object feature by the macro that provides a connection between purlin and tie rod, and  appropriate degree of freedom assignments are made automatically for the analysis model.

Crane Macro

Single or multiple crane systems can be defined in one model by creating custom crane datas or chosing from the library. Analysis and design will be performed with automatic crane loadings and load combinations.

Hall Macro
Hall type structures can be created through edit menu by defining geometry and hall properties.
Space Truss Macro
Straight, Triangular, and Dome type space truss systems can be built in a symetrical and unsymmetrical way.
Space Purlin Macro

Enables you to easily create space truss system with purlin macro.

Open Web Joist Macro

It allows you to easily model the open truss system with open web joist macro.

Scaffolding Macro
Flange and H type scaffoldings are automatically created and their reports and drawings are prepared.

Steel Connections
Shear Connections

Design is carried out and reported in accordance with Steel Structures Regulation 2018 and AISC 360-16. In accordance with the plastic design rules, the connection is automatically formed according to the capacity of the beams.

Moment Resisting Connections

Connection design is done according to the TBDY 2018 and Steel Structures Regulation 2018 and AISC 360-16.

Constructive Connections

Simple shear connections,moment resisting connections, beam to column connections, column foundation connections, brace connections, purlin and tie rods connections, secondary beam connections, crane beam connections, wind column connections, truss connections.


Reinforced Concrete Macros
Retaining Wall

Modeling and regulation compliannce design of cantilever type retaining walls are performed and drawings are automatically generated.

Saddle Roof
Pool

The pools which can be defined in arbitrary form are analyzed by finite element method and the results of the analysis can be examined in 3D.

Terrain

A terrain model is created with coordinates or contour lines in the survey plot. Gaps, plains, pedestrian and vehicle roads, pool and building residence areas on the land are easily modelled.


Story Diaphragms
Diaphragmless Structures

You can analyze structures without diaphragm by modeling them as flexible with 3D frame members.

Rigid Diaphragm
Rigid diaphragm effects will be on the joint of the beam-column and areal object points.
Semi-Rigid Diaphragm
Semi-Rigid Diaphragm is used in the cases which has A2 and A3 type of irregularities. Purpose of this diaphragm is crucial at the  stories which is affected by forces and to transmit these forces at basement to shear walls.

Specifications, Codes and Standards
Earthquake Code 2018

Earthquake Building Regulations 2018  entered into force in January 2019 in Turkey for building design through full compliance with the new earthquake regulations are made and carried out with performance evaluation and risk analysis of existing structures and reported.

Earthquake Code 2007
2007 Earthquake Code controls are fully implemented and reported.
Wind
Wind forces which are acting to the stories are applied to the rigid diaphrams.
Reinforced Concrete Elements
The conditions specified in TS 500 and TBDY 2018 are fully applied to reinforced concrete elements. Concrete material model is obtained from TS 500 for DGT and TBDY 2018 for ŞGDT.
Reinforcement Material
In reinforced concrete elements, TS 500 is used for reinforcing steel material model and TBDY 2018 is used for ŞGTD.
Hot-Rolled Profiles
Turkish Steel Standards 2016 GKT (ASD)
Turkish Steel Standards 2016 YDKT (LRFD)
AISC 360-10 ASD
AISC 360-10 LRFD
Eurocode TSEN 1993-1-1
Cold-Formed Profiles
AISI S100-12 ASD
AISI S100-12 LRFD
Connections
Turkish Steel Standards 2016 GKT (ASD)
Turkish Steel Standards 2016 YDKT (LRFD)
AISC 360-10 (ASD)
AISC 360-10 (LRFD)

Loads
Loading Conditions

Self-weight, live, snow and vertical earthquakes, horizontal earthquakes etc. used for loading states and this defined loads can be examined.

Loading Combinations

With the design regulations chosen for Reinforced Concrete and Steel Structures, loading combinations specified in TBDY 2018 4.4.4 are created automatically. If different project-based loading combinations are needed, user-defined loading combinations can be created. In the report it is possible to examine all the combinations.

Automatic Loadings
Load is transferred from slabs to beams, shear walls and columns by finite element method. Uniform load transfer of the corresponding walls on the floor is made and precise load analysis is provided by excluding door and window spaces.
Point, Line and Area Loads
In addition to automatic loads, additional loads can be defined.

Analysis
General View
With the 64-bit programming technique, out of core parallel solution technology developed by using finite element library. Automatic network generation technique, all of the frames, shells and foundations are added to the global stiffness matrix solution.
Analysis Settings

TBDY 2018 Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4 provides easy follow-up of directives aimed at determining the building carrying capacity and ductility levels.

Response Spectrum
With Eigen Vectors and Ritz Vectors design based on Spectrum Analysis. 
With Ritz and Eigen Values vectors Modal Frequency Analysis.
Mass Model and Dynamic Analysis
The single masses are defined to correspond horizontal and vertical degrees of freedom and, if desired, they can be defined also in other end degrees of freedom. The live load participation coefficient is taken as specified in the Earthquake Code. Additional eccentricity effects are taken into account in the design of structural elements by making an additional earthquake calculation when the rigid diaphragm model or shell model is selected. Modal analysis is performed by using effective cross-section stiffness in accordance with TBDY 2018 Table 4.2.
Basement Structures

Rigid basement controls are performed according to TBDY 2018 3.3.1. 2 different stage calculation is made according to the regulations in the buildings that are in the definition of rigid basement. Separate analysis of the vibration of basement and superstructure is carried out in both higher and lower modes, while the single model is used for this analysis, for the basement the superstructure section is taken massless and for the superstructure the basement floors are taken massless. In both analyzes, the full rigidity of the structure is used.

Flat Slab Structures

Two stage calculations are taking into account with accordance to TBDY 2018 section 4.3.4.4. In the first stage, the lower and upper ends of the frame columns are articulated and in the second stage all connections are modeled monolithically. Whereas the most unfavorable result is used for internal forces, the values obtained from the second stage calculation are used for the relative floor drifts.

Modes Superposition Method

With this method, which is one of the modal calculation methods, the earthquake calculation of the buildings is made in accordance with the rules specified in Annex 4B of TBDY 2018.

Performance Analysis
In section 15 of the TBDY 2018, rules for the evaluation and strengthening of existing structures are introduced. IdeCAD, which fully complies with the requirements of Chapter 15, presents the calculations and drawings required for retrofitting projects with high performance.
Structural Risk Analysis
During urban renewal project, determining the risky buildings analysis and evaluation report will be prepared based on relavant code and standards.
Euler Buckling
Using Global Buckling analysis it is able to determine weak parts of structure and it gives idea about the general behavior of the structure. Linear buckling modes can be found in any of the load combinations, with the it will enable users to analyze unstable parts of structure.
Earthquake Isolators
Elastomer insulator, steel and rubber isolators can be choosen from library. Dynamic and time history analysis can be done.
Construction Phases
Time dependent retreat and creep effects are included in the calculations of non-linear analysis according to CEB-FIB 1990. Under favour of including these effects, in high rise structures dead load correction can be done which shows real moment capacity. In addition to these, after adding the canopy and covering, structure stability can be checked in any time.
Soil and Super-Structure Interaction
Foundations, plaques, and piles has integration with supper-structure that can be analyzed together.
Time History
With Direct Integration Beta Newmark method Linear Time History Analysis can be done.
Temperature Difference Analysis
T1 and T2 temperature loads can be added to calculation while designing the structure.

Reinforced Concrete Design
Concrete and Reinforcement Steel Fiber Modeling

Design based on strength and deformation based on design are used to model concrete and reinforcing steel more realistically by fibres. Material models specified in TS 500 are used for DGT, and material models defined in Section 5 of TBDY 2018 are used for ŞGTT.

Columns
Design is done based on TS500 and Earthquake codes.
Beams
Design is done based on TS500 and Earthquake codes.
Shear Wall
Using normal force effects, capacity interaction diagram is obtained. Based on Earthquake code shear wall design can be done.
Slabs
Moment values which are calculated based on Finite Element Method can be used for determining the a real reinforcement ratio.
Foundation Beams
Design is done based on TS500 and Earthquake codes.
Capacity Design

The capacity diagrams where you can examine the interaction regions of the reinforced concrete elements designed with bearing capacity method in accordance with TBDY 2018 and TS 500 and the internal forces and capacity ratios determined for each loading combination are shown in detail in the reinforced concrete design section.

Balanced Reinforcement Ratio Control

According to TS 500 's reinforced concrete beam reports, balanced reinforcement ratio controls are given for the left and right support and the span.


Steel Design
Hot-Rolled Profiles
Profiles are designed according to the tension, compression, weak and strong axis bending, buckling, deflection, and combined effects.
Cold-Rolled Profiles
Purlins and sag-rods profiles are choosen based on bending and deflection.
Connection Design
Connection design is based on Turkish Steel Code, Seismic Code, and AISC which control geometric and strength requirements.
Composite Beam
Including the construction phase of beam design moment capacity will be found.
Castellated Beam
Compression, shear, vierendel, buckling and  biaxial bending controls are automatically done.
Composite Castellated Beam Design

Steel composite castellated beam design is realized by the AISC Design Guide 31 instructions. Considering the construction phase, the design bending moment strength is determined. Biaxial bending and axial, shear, vierendel and web buckling controls are done automaticly.

Crane Beam
Crane beams are loaded based on MBMA 2010's chapter 2.5 and analyzed according to composite effects, shear, buckling, and deflection.

Foundations
Spread footing, coupling beam, deep foundations, and retaining walls are analyzed. Also their reports and drawings are automatically prepared.
Spread Footing and Coupling Beams
Strip Foundation
Raft Foundation
Pile Foundations
With the variation of soil layer properties, along the depth and joint part there exist spring which enables to create piles. Piles can be calculated in 3D with interaction of super structure.

Reinforced Concrete Drawings
Plan and Cross-Sections Views
Manufacturing Details
Strengthening Drawings

Drawings for reinforcing columns and shear walls, such as mantle detail and anchorage placement are created.

Drawing Sheet

Steel Drawings
3D Drawings
Manufacturing Details
Plan and Cross-Sections Views
Joint Details
Truss Drawings
Scaffolding Drawings
Drawing Sheet

Reports and Quantities
ideCAD® Structural prepares analysis report, which shows cause-effect relationship in the ideCAD Report tool.
• Reports have both visual and graphical explanations which makes easy to understand.
 • Reports show compliance of the reports with standards and specifications. 
• In the reports it is possible to add company or coperation symbols.
• In the reports it is possible to add page.
• In the reports it is possible to add picture.
• In the reports it is possible to rearrange the results location within the page.
• In the reports it is possible to save it in the txt and PDF formats.
• In the content page by clicking on the any page, it will move it there.
• General structural views are automatically added to the beginning of report.

 

 

Visualization
Model Presentation with 3D Printer
Using 3D Printer you are able to produce manufactural materials.
Photorealistic Visualization
Renders on presentations will be in high quality as photos.
Data Visualization
Project data is examined visually in detail and revisions are easily followed with visual inquiry. Loads, analytical model, supports, link elements and their degree of freedoms are examined briefly as the whole model and it is divided into colored groups.
Results Output and Display
Moments, shear diagrams, dynamic modes, deformations, and PMM ratios will be shown in colored scale.
Reinforcement 3D Details
Reinforcements which are calculated for column, beam, and shear wall are shown with 3D, which shows any overlap situation of rebars so it can be prevented.

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