1. Tekla Structures' detailed design of the 3D environment ensures error-free collaboration during the construction and installation phases. The precise Tekla Structures model shows the “finished” effect of the steel structure, and if the structure on the screen is reasonable, it is certainly reasonable on site.
2. Tekla Structures provides a comprehensive library of intelligent nodes. The range of nodes ranges from end plates, angle steel splints and steel pipes to handrails and stairs that automatically adapt to the position of the application. Users can easily model and store company-specific settings for use in future projects.
3. All required drawings and reports can be automatically generated by a detailed 3D model. Drawings are associated with the model, so any changes made to the model are automatically reflected in the output.
(1) All relevant nodes will respond to changes and automatically update.
(2) Automatic collision check can effectively reveal possible conflicts.
(3) Keep drawings updated
(4) Automatically create various list reports
4. Tekla Structures software can handle complex steel structure projects and is an ideal solution for the design, procurement and construction of the project.
5. Tekla Structures software modeling tools cover all standard sections and materials, including tubular and elliptical sections as well as individual welds and bolts.
6. Owners, designers, builders, and others who wish to view and control the model can simultaneously operate the Tekla Structures model, which is a reliable window for understanding project information during processing.
7, because of the easy access and update engineering design drawings, quality control is also guaranteed.
The data interface developed by Tekla Structures allows the exchange of model data with all software in the current engineering industry. The standard formats supported by Tekla Structures include IFC, CIS/2, SDNF, and DSTV. The proprietary formats supported by Tekla Structures include: DWG, DXF, and DGN.
1. IBC International Building Code 2012
2. ASCE 7-10 Minimum Design Loads for buildings and other Structures
3. ACI318-08 Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete(ACI318-08) and Commentary
4. AISC S303-10 "Code of Standard Practice for Steel Buildings and Bridges" (AISC Code).
5. AISC 326 "Detailing for steel Construction" (AISC Detailing Handbook).
6. AISC 360-10 “Specification for Structural Steel Buildings” (AISC Specification).
7. AISC 341-10 Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings
8. AISC 358-10 Prequalified Connections for Special and Intermediate Steel Moment Frames for Seismic Applications
9. RCSC-2009/2012 Specification for Structural Joints Using bolts ASTM A325 OR A490 BOLTS
10. ASTM Series
11. AWS American Welding Society (AWS) "Structural Welding Code - Steel" D1.1
12. SSPC Structural Steel Painting Council, U.S.A (SSPC) "Steel Structures Painting Manual," Vol.2, systems and Specifications. (SSPC Manual).
1.GB50009-2001 "Load code for the design of building structures"
2. B50011-2001 "Code for Seismic Design of Buildings"
3. GB50017-2003 "Code for design of steel structures"
4. GB/T 700-2006 "Carbon structural steel"
5. GB/T 706-2016 "Hot rolled section steel"
6. GB/T 1591-2008 "High strength low alloy structural steels"
7. GB/T 5782-2000 “hexagon head bolts ”
8. GB/T 5783-2000 "hexagon head bolts - Full thread"
9. GB/T 13793-2008 "Steel Pipes with a longitudinal electric (resistance) weld"
10. GB/T 3091-2008 "Welding Steel Pipe for Low-pressure liquid delivery"
11. YB/T 4001.1-2007 "Steel grating"
12. JGJ 82-2011 Technical Specification for High Strength Bolt Connections of Steel Structures
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