Newly developed in cooperation with S& P Consult GmbH uses the finite element analysis (FEM) method according to the theory II. Order. The calculation module allows you to calculate all necessary load combinations within a single calculation cycle, including interaction in the old pipe condition (ARZ) III for circular profiles. Egg and circular liners can also be examined in ARZ I-II. In addition to a material database, material groups, values according to DWA Set of Rules and manual definitions are available. The new Guideline prescribes a partial safety factor concept. Replacement of the proof of interaction is achieved by simultaneous application of earth and water pressure in the ARZ III.
DWA Set of Rules
In July 2015 DWA-A 143-2 "Rehabilitation of drainage systems outside buildings Part 2: Static calculation for the rehabilitation of sewage pipes and sewers with lining and assembly methods" was published and replaced Standard ATV-M 127-2 from the year 2000, which is part of the calculation module.
With a maintenance contract, the software updates itself automatically and regularly via the Internet. This also applies to changes in the relevant regulations. So you are always up to date!
liner statics with all verifications (old pipe conditions I, II and III)
automatic generation of all necessary calculations (load combinations)
automatic interaction detection
important results directly on the screen (results preview)
material data according to DWA-A 143-2 (Table 3) in stored database
PDF print-outs freely selectable - from pure result presentation to detailed
plausibility checks of all entries
traceable storage of all entries in project files
switching between languages during runtime
direct display of the relevant set of rules references
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creation and maintenance of your own databases
combination of several static calculations within one project file
variant calculation for quick comparison without new data entry
reference to external PDF files incl. complete integration in the output document
switching between imperial and metric units during application