Dear Bentley System,
Please resolve our query.
While designing with IS-13920:2016 , we encountered some warning in our structure. As per our understanding , Staad.Pro CONNECT EDITION (Version: 21.03.00.146) is capable of Designing RCC Structure as per IS 13920:2016.
Our question is whether it is capable of Designing for Open Structure as per IS 13920:2016.? As per Staad there is a parameter “GLD/EUDL” which take cares the equivalent floor UDL load in beam design to generate the Plastic enhance shear as per Clause 6.3.2 of IS 13920:2016.
We have a Pipe Rack consisting of Steel Superstructure in Concrete Columns. We have to design the Concrete Columns & Beams as per the IS:13920-2016. How should we take care the effect of ” GLD/EUDL” Parameters in Staad Pro for these type of structure?
Whether staad will calculate the Internal all forces for generation of Plastic shear in Beam & design accordingly?
Also we have tried to put commands as per IS:13920-2016, but it is showing some warnings as below;
In STAAD, if you use IS:13920 code for designing beams and columns for any structure, program would internally follow all the provision of IS:456-2002 code and it would follow the extra requirements of IS:13920 code. The shear force of beams to be resisted by vertical hoops shall be maximum of the following.
Hope the provided description is helpful.
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