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About midas Gen

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Seismic Specific Functionality


Static Seismic Loads Response Spectrum Analysis Time History Analysis (Linear & Non-linear) Base Isolators and Dampers Pushover Analysis Fiber Analysis Capacity Design: Eurocode 8, NTC2008

Comprehensive Design
RC Design: ACI318, Eurocode 2 & 8, BS8110, IS:456 & 13920, CSA-A23.3, GB50010, AIJ-WSD, TWN-USD, Steel Design: AISC-ASD & LRFD, AISI-CFSD, Eurocode 3, BS5950, IS:800, CSA-S16, GBJ17 & GB50017, AIJ-ASD, TWN-ASD & LSD, SRC Design: SSRC, JGJ138, CECS28, AIJ-SRC, TWN-SRC Footing Design: ACI381, BS8110 Slab & Wall Design: Eurocode 2 Capacity Design: Eurocode 8, NTC2008

High-rise Specific Functionality


3-D Column Shortening Reflecting change in Modulus, Creep and Shrinkage Construction Stage Analysis accounting for change in geometry, supports and loadings Building model generation wizard Automatic mass conversion Material stiffness changes for cracked section

Intuitive User Interface


Works Tree (Input summary with powerful modeling capabilities) Models created and changed with ease Floor Loads defined by area and on inclined plane Built-in Section property Calculator Tekla Structures, Revit Structures & STAAD interfaces

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Design functions in midas Gen

Design Type

Steel

Steel : Steel code check Steel Optimal Design / Displacement Optimal Design

RC

Concrete : Concrete code design Concrete code check RC Capacity Design Meshed Slab/ Wall Design

Footing : design
Footing

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Available Design Code


Gen 2013 (v2.1)
RC Design
ACI318 Eurocode 2, Eurocode 8 BS8110

Steel Design
AISC-LRFD AISC-ASD AISI-CFSD

SRC Design
SSRC79 JGJ138 CECS28

IS:456 & IS:13920


CSA-A23.3 NTC GB50010 AIJ-WSD TWN-USD AIK-USD, WSD KSCE-USD KCI-USD

Eurocode 3
BS5950 IS:800 CSA-S16 GBJ17, GB50017 AIJ-ASD TWN-ASD, LSD AIK-ASD, LSD, CFSD KSCE-ASD KSSC-ASD

AIJ-SRC
TWN-SRC AIK-SRC KSSC-CFT Footing Design ACI318 BS8110

Slab Design
Eurocode 2

Design+ for Eurocode - Releasing in Nov, 2013


Batch Wall Combined Footing

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Eurocode Implementation Status

Concrete Material DB

Eurocode 2:2004 Eurocode 3:2005 UNI, BS, DIN Eurocode 1:2005 Eurocode 8:2004 Eurocode 8:2004 OPCM3431 Eurocode 8:2004 Eurocode 8:2004 Eurocode 0:2002 Eurocode 2:2004 Eurocode 8:2004 NTC 2012 Eurocode 3:2005 Eurocode 2:2004

Material DB
Steel Material DB

Section DB

Steel Section DB Static Wind load

Load

Static Seismic Load Response Spectrum Function Masonry Pushover

Pushover Analysis

RC Pushover Steel Pushover Load Combination Concrete Frame Design (ULS & SLS)

Design

Concrete Capacity Design Steel Frame Design (ULS & SLS) Slab/Wall Design (ULS & SLS)

RC Frame & Wall Design

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General Design Parameter Definition of Frame


Auto calculation procedure for effective length factor (1) Calculate the stiffness, S (=EI/L), of the members which are connected to the Member a. Fixed joint: S = (1/1.5)* EI/L Hinge: S= (1/2.0)* EI/L Where, E: Modulus of elasticity I: Moment of inertia of section L: Span length of flexural member measured from center to center of joints

Design > General Design Parameter > Definition of Frame

(2) Calculate i and j. is the ratio of (EI/lc) of compression members to (EI/l) of flexural members in a plane at one end of a compression member.

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(3) Calculate the solution, X, in the stability equation below. Braced / Non-sway frames

Unbraced / Sway frames

Where, : Ratio of (EI/lc) of compression members to (EI/l) of flexural members in a plane at one end of a compression member. (4) Calculate the effective length factor, K

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General Design Parameter Member Assignment


Design > General Design Parameter > Member Assignment

When one member is divided into several elements, separate elements can be designed as one member using the Member Assignment function. Member Assignment results can be displayed as Contours by checking on the Member option in the Design tab of the Display dialog.

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General Design Parameter Unbraced Length


Design > General Design Parameter > Unbraced Length

Axial forces or bending moments are calculated using the unbraced lengths for buckling about the strong (y-axis) and weak (z-axis) axes of the selected compression members when the members are under the loads. Slenderness ratio about the strong axis: (KL/r)y = (Ky Ly) / roy Slenderness ratio about the weak axis: (KL/r)z = (Kz Lz) / roz x Where, Ly, Lz : Unbraced length about the strong and weak axes Ky, Kz : Effective length factor about the strong and weak axes roy, roz : radius of gyration of area about the strong and weak axes z y

When members are defined by Member Assignment, Unbraced lengths about the strong axis (y-Axis) and weak axis (z-Axis) are automatically calculated by the program considering the connectivity of the members (e.g. connections and support conditions)

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General Design Parameter Laterally Unbraced Length


Design > General Design Parameter > Unbraced Length

The laterally unbraced length is the unbraced length for lateral buckling about the elements local x-axis when the members are under the axial loads. The laterally unbraced length is required to calculate the design flexural strength considering lateral buckling.

Neutral axis in shear

Laterally unbraced length : a + b

Fig 1. Lateral torsional buckling

Fig 2. Laterally unbraced length

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Beam Design Rigid End Offset

Beam End Offset Define Rigid End Offset Distance or take into account the Joint Eccentricity with respect to the GCS or element's local coordinate system at both ends of beam elements. Panel Zone Effect Automatically consider the stiffness effects of the Panel Zone where column members and girder members (horizontal elements connected to

columns) of steel structures are connected. Panel Zone Effects are reflected in the beam elements.

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RC Design Limitation (Section)

Available Section Types

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Generate Load Combination


Results > Load Combination

General Tab Combine unit load cases to evaluate serviceability or analysis results irrespective of design codes. Concrete Design Tab Enter the load combinations for designing RC members according to the RC design codes.

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Load Combination Type and Serviceability Parameter

Load cases will be classified as Characteristic, Frequent, or Quasi-permanent, and they will be automatically classified when using Auto-generation. Short/Long term Load Case is assigned to compare them with proper allowable stresses.

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Partial Safety Factors

[Partial Safety Factor for Concrete]

[Partial Safety Factor for Steel]

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Difference between Design and Checking

Design Based on the section size and the factored load obtained from the most unfavorable load combination, rebar data such as rebar size and spacing are determined. Therefore, design can be performed when the section size is determined without rebar data.

Checking Strength verification can be performed by automatic design or by using the information of rebars (diameter, number and design parameters) entered by the user. The results appear in blue when the strength verifications for the given section properties and rebars are satisfactory, otherwise they appear in red.

Rebar Input
Automatic Design by Gen Manual Calculation

Automatic Rebar update Modify Rebar Input Data

Strength Verification with Updated Rebars

Design

Check

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Ultimate Limit State Design (1) Bending without axial force:

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Ultimate Limit State Design (2) Bending with axial force:

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Ultimate Limit State Design (3) Bending with axial force:

Considering second order effect in analysis

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Ultimate Limit State Design (3)

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Ultimate Limit State Design (4) Shear force:

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Detailing of Members (1) The following conditions are applied to Beam design:

The following conditions are applied to Column design:

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Detailing of Members (2) The following conditions are applied to Wall design:

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Check Design Results

[PM Curve]

[Design Result Dialog Box]

[Graphic Report]

[Detail Report]

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Rebar Input & Modification

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Section for Design


Design > Section for Design

When the members are overstressed, a different section size can be applied for the design without performing the analysis again. In order to see the effect of the modified section data in the design result, re-perform the design.

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Meshed Slab & Wall Design

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Meshed slab and wall design


Slab and wall design for meshed plate elements as per Eurocode2-1-1:2004 Slab design for non-orthogonal reinforcement directions based on the Wood-Armer formula Smooth moment and shear forces Automatic generation of Static wind and seismic loads for flexible floors Detailing for local ductility

Slab flexural design

Slab serviceability checking

Punching shear check result

Wall design

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Slab Flexural Design

The following results are provided from flexural design: Rebar spacing and diameter Required rebar area Required rebar ratio Resistance ratio Wood-Armer Moment

Detailed Report and Wood-Armer Moment Table

Slab Flexural design : Required rebar area

Rebar type and Spacing

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Slab/Wall Rebars for Checking

Slab/Wall Rebars for Checking Define reinforcement direction

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Wood-Armer moment
From the analysis results, following plate forces about the local axis are calculated: mxx, myy, mxy In order to calculate design forces in the reinforcement direction, angle and will be taken as following figure:

x, y: local axis of plate element 1, 2: reinforcement direction : angle between local x-direction and reinforcement direction 1 : angle between reinforcement direction 1 and reinforcement direction 2 Firstly, internal forces (mxx, myy and mxy) are transformed into the a-b coordinate system.

Then, Wood-Armer moments are calculated as follows:

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Punching Shear Checking


vEd : plate stress from analysis

Case 1.

Punching shear check results at the critical perimeter of slab supports or the loaded points of concentrated loads One-way shear check results along the user-defined Shear Check Lines
Case 2.

v Ed

VEd uid

V_Ed < V_Rd,c : section is safe in punching shear V_Ed > V_Rd,c : provide shear reinforcement. Asw/sr = (v_Ed-0.75*v_Rd_c)*(u1*d) / (1.5*d*fywd_ef)

Shear stress for each side

Detailed report

Shear stress at the critical perimeter

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Punching Shear Check


The maximum shear force is calculated by multiplying V_Ed with shear enhancement factor . The value of is different for di fferent columns. (as given in the code)

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Slab Serviceability Check

Stress Checking Both compressive stress in concrete and tensile stress in reinforcement is checked with the stress limitation specified in the Serviceability Parameters dialog box. When plate force exceeds cracked moment, the program can automatically consider the cracked section in stress checking.
Stress Checking

Crack Control Crack width, minimum rebar area to control the crack, maximum bar spacing, and maximum bar diameter for crack can be checked in the contour as well as the detailed report.
Crack Control

Deflection Deflection for un-cracked section can be calculated considering long-term deflection due to creep. Deflection for cracked section can be provided in the upcoming version.

Deflection

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Cracked Section Analysis

Cracked section analysis for deflection check Long-term effect considering creep coefficient

M M M (1 ) EIeff EIcr EIg 1 1 1 (1 ) Ieff Icr Ig

1 (

Mcr 2 ) M

' 0.5' is applied (long termloading).

M cr

f ctm bh 2 6
Es 1 3 bd c Ec 3

Icr As (d d c ) 2

dc

As Es (As Es ) 2 2bAs Es E c,eff d bE c,eff

Deflection Check Results by Cracked Section Analysis

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Wall Design

Wall design results are provided in contour, detailed report, and design force table. Also, concrete stress (cd) can be checked with fcd. The following results are provided from wall design: Rebar spacing and diameter Required rebar area & Required rebar ratio Resistance ratio

Members requiring reinforcement


In locations where Edy is tensile or Edx Edy 2Edxy

Members not requiring reinforcement


In locations where Edx and Edy are both compressive and Edx Edy > 2Edxy

Limitation in concrete stress cd fcd


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RC Capacity Design

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Seismic Design procedure as per EN1998-1:2004

Performance Requirement Ground Condition Seismic Action Combination of Seismic Action Criteria for Structural Regularity Seismic Analysis Safety Verification Capacity Design & Detailing
[Method of Analysis] Lateral Force method of Analysis Modal Response Spectrum Analysis Pushover Analysis Inelastic Time History Analysis Seismic Zone Representation of seismic action

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Capacity Design Feature


structures to provide the appropriate amount of ductility in the corresponding ductility classes. Automatic capacity design capability for beam, column, wall and beam-column joint EN 1998-1: 2004 (DCM/DCH), NTC2008 (CD B, CD A), ACI318-05 Design action effects are calculated in accordance with the capacity design rule. Special provision for ductile primary seismic walls is considered. Detailing for local ductility is considered. - max/min reinforcement ratio of the tension zone - the spacing of hoops within the critical region - mechanical volumetric ratio of confining hoops with the critical regions

Capacity design shear forces on beams

Define ductility class and check design results

Design envelope moments in walls

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Design member forces (Design moments)

Where, MRb: Beam moment resistance Mce : column member force due to seismic load case

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Design member forces (Design shear forces)

Capacity design values of shear forces on beams

Where, MRb: Beam moment resistance MRc: Column moment resistance (calcul ated using same axial force ratio in PM interaction curve) Mce: Bending moment of column due to seismic load case

Capacity design shear force in columns

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Design member forces (Wall design forces)

Wall systems

Dual systems

Design envelope for bending moments in slender walls

Design envelope of the shear forces in the walls of a dual system

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Steel Code Check

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Applicable Sections of Ultimate Limit State Check Limitation

Limit States Cross section Yielding Flexural Buckling Shear Buckling Strong axis N/A N/A N/A Weak axis N/A N/A (2) N/A N/A N/A N/A LTB N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

I section

Doubly Symmetric Singly Symmetric Box Angle Channel Tee

Double Angle

Double Channel
Pipe Solid Rectangle Solid Round U-Rib

N/A

N/A

N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A
N/A N/A N/A N/A

N/A
N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Ultimate Limit State Design (1) Resistance of cross-sections:

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Ultimate Limit State Design (2) Resistance of cross-sections:

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Ultimate Limit State Design (3) Resistance of cross-sections:

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Steel Checking Design Results

Change

Propose sections satisfying the selected element conditions.

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Steel Optimal Design

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Steel Optimal Design Design Results


As shown in the Optimal Design Result (Average Ratio) graph, average ratio of column members is about 0.4 since all the sections within 5% of the entered dimensions are examined for strength verification. Therefore, we will reduce the section dimension and re-perform Steel Optimal Design. All the sections within 5% of the entered dimensions are examined for strength verification. If the entry is "0", all dimensions are searched.

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General Section Designer

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Scope of GSD

Definition of any Irregular cross-section.


Calculation of Section Properties. Generation of P-M, P-My-Mz, M-M interaction curves. Calculation of Section Capacity in flexure. Calculation of Safety Ratio based on the member forces. Generation of Moment-Curvature curve.

Plot of Stress Contours for all the cross-section.


All the above features are supported for RC Sections Steel Sections Composite Sections 3D PM Interaction curve

Moment- Curvature

Stress Contour

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Generating Report
Report in MS-Excel format is generated on clicking [Report] button in any of the result pages. It is saved in the same folder as that of the model file. Any item can be added to the report by clicking the [Report] button.

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Importing AutoCAD dxf files


Shapes created in AutoCAD can be imported into GSD to create sections. Rebar coordinates can also be imported as a separate layer.

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General Section Designer

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Link between midas Gen to GSD


Connect a link with midas Gen or Civil to import a cross-section shape, material properties, and member forces for the desired element position. The user can also export section properties and cross-section shape of a general section from GSD to mdias Gen or Civil. midas GSD can import the following types of the sections from midas Gen and Civil: DB/User, Value, SRC, and Tapered type sections.

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Building Information Modeling

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Revit interface
Midas Link for Revit Structure supports the following workflows: (1) Send the Revit Structure analytical model to midas Gen. (2) Import the MGT file of the Revit model in midas Gen. (3) Export the midas model file to the MGT file. (4) Update the Revit Structure model from midas Gen

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Applicable data for MIDAS Link for Revit Structure


Category
Concrete

Features

Revit to midas Gen


v

Category

Features
Support(Hinge, Roller, Fixed)

Revit to midas Gen


v

Material

Steel
Pre Cast Concrete Concrete

v
v v v N/A Vertical Column Inclined Column Straight Beam v v v v v v v v N/A v v v v (Import only)

Boundary

Beam End Release


Section Offset Self Weight Dead Load Live Load Wind Load Seismic Load Temperature Load

v
N/A N/A v v v v v v v v v v v N/A v

Section

Steel SRC Column

Beam

Curved Beam Inclined Beam Straight Wall

Static Load

Snow Load Accidental Load Live Load on the roof Point Load , Hosted Point Load Line Load , Hosted Line Load Area Load Hosted Area Load

Member Wall

Curved Wall Inclined Wall Masonry Wall Wall Opening Brace Truss(Top chord, Bottom chord, and Web) Slab

Load Combination

Load Combination

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What is Updated from midas Gen to Revit Structure

Sections If assigned section is changed to the other section pre-defined in the model, the corresponding element in Revit will be updated accordingly. If assigned section is changed to the other section newly added in midas Gen, the corresponding element in Revit will be assigned to a default section (arbitrary section which has a same material type in a model).

Delete Elements If an element is deleted in midas Gen, the corresponding element in Revit will be deleted accordingly.

Move Elements If an element is moved in midas Gen, the corresponding frame element or column in Revit will be moved accordingly.

Add Elements If a beam element (solid box section only) is newly added, a corresponding element in Revit will be added accordingly.

Change Beta-Angle If beta-angle in a beam element is changed, a corresponding element in Revit will be updated accordingly.

Materials If material data assigned to an element is modified, a corresponding element in Revit will be assigned to a default material (arbitrary material existed in Revit).

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