Design of traditional or reinforced masonry buildings
EdiLus MASONRY allows you to calculate buildings in traditional or reinforced masonry, even with special interventions such as plating in reinforced concrete, carbon fibers, etc. For mixed structures, reinforced concrete elements can also be used.
From a simple "object-oriented modelling" procedure (walls, beams, columns, slabs, stairs, roofs, ties, etc.) quickly obtain the complete input of the calculation model with material definition, load analysis, legal checks, etc.
EdiLus MASONRY performs the static calculation of the masonry elements of the building as a whole identifying a sophisticated structural model that takes into account all the typical elements used when designing masonry buildings (jambs, lintels, hole wrappings, beams in generic materials, masonry columns, arches and vaults, balconies, etc.).
Calculation of structural elements in reinforced concrete and in wood integrated within a masonry structure
In predominantly masonry structures, EdiLus-MA allows you to insert:
- reinforced concrete elements to model the sub-structure foundations or small attached masonry buildings (you can also add a limited number of columns/shear walls, beams, walls, slabs, foundation slabs, floors and stairs to the structure too)
- wood elements to model roof tops, porches and other additional structures attached to the building.
EdiLus MASONRY calculates solid and laminated wood using the powerful and easy to use object-oriented modeling process. Elements can only be one-dimensional (beams and pillars) with rectangular and circular sections.
Graphical analysis of calculation results
Only with the modeling of the structure in strict compliance with the different types of materials present, without assuming any simplification hypotheses, allow you to check the calculation results using color maps which are representative of:
- masonry stress states in each point
- collapse accelerations