 SkyCiv-Dokumentation

Ihr Leitfaden zur SkyCiv-Software - Tutorials, Anleitungen und technische Artikel

1. Zuhause
2. SkyCiv Section Builder
3. Ergebnisse
4. Standardergebnisse

# Standardergebnisse

The main purpose of the Section Builder is to calculate the various section properties of your section. The standard results refer to the results of a section when ignoring material property differences.

When you’ve finished building your section, simply click ‘Calculateon the top toolbar to determine the section properties. Note that the short wait time associated with each calculate is due to the Finite Element Analysis and Meshing that occurs in the background in order to solve for torsion constant, torsion radius, and warping constant. By using a FEA method to calculate these properties, a higher accuracy is achieved. Less robust programs only use approximate equations on the standard sections for these properties and fail to solve when a non standard section (such as the cross beam below) is entered. The results are generally broken down into 5 main categories.

• Geometrische Eigenschaften
• Bereich
• Schwerpunkt (MIT)
• Schwerpunkt (UND)
• Moment of Inertia Properties
• Von – Trägheitsmoment um die Z-Achse
• Iy – Trägheitsmoment um die Y-Achse
• Izy – Trägheitsmoment
• IzpMoment of Inertia about the principal Z-axis
• IypMoment of Inertia about the principal Y-axis
• ein – angle of rotation of principal axis
• Abschnitt Moduli
• Stck – Elastic Section Modulus about the Z-axis to the top of the section
• Szb – Elastic Section Modulus about the Z-axis to the bottom of the section
• Augen – Elastic Section Modulus about the Y-axis to the top of the section
• Syb – Elastic Section Modulus about the Y-axis to the bottom of the section
• Zz – Plastic Section Modulus about the Z-axis
• ZyPlastic Section Modulus about the Y-axis
• Schereigenschaften
• AzShear Area about Z axis
• AyShear Area about Y axis
• Qz – Static Moment of Area about the Z neutral axis
• Qy – Static Moment of Area about the Y neutral axis
• Torsion Properties
• J. – Torsionskonstante 