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Structural Analysis

You can use the structural analysis module to adapt the parameters for a static calculation to existing conditions as specified by EN 1991-1-4. Many countries standards are already provided in LogiKal. Wind loads can be entered manually or calculated automatically. Depending on country-specific standards you can choose between different wind zones with their associated terrain categories.

Beam Statics

Based on bar statics you can calculate the moment of inertia (lx) for each individual mullion and transom. Vertically installed windows, doors and curtain walling elements are considered under horizontal loads (wind).

For doors and windows both mullions and transoms are entered as single-span beams. For curtain walling mullions the number of spans and their width is arbitrary on the other hand, so they are defined by entering intermediate supports.

Glass Statics

All typical glass types, such as float glass, cast glass, tempered glass, annealed glass and laminated glass can be selected during input.

The wind load can be used to calculate the tensions and bending of each pane of glass. The resulting values are compared with the requirements of the technical regulations for the use of linearly laminated glazing. The climatic load that occurs in insulating glazing due to seasonal pressure differences is taken into consideration. The deflection limits are specified by your glass supplier and can be entered directly into the static limit values.

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