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1 . S T A T I C S Y S T E M
1.1 SKETCH
11
-1,0
1
-1,0
2
5,800 m
M = 1 : 50
wall-panel of 1 span, horizontal installation.
-1: no definition from user. The necessary support width was determinated by the software.
1.2 PANEL SPECIFICATION
Sel. panel: isowand design (E 322) ML - 100 - 0,60/0,60 - S320 (outside-colour classified as colour group 3)
Background:Z-10.49-512 from 2013.08.05. valid until2018.08.05.
Holder: Hoesch Épitöelemek
Design: DIN EN 14509, annex E
1.2.1 Sandwich panel
Overall depth of the panel D = 100,0 mm
Lever arms RA = 49,5 mm RÁ = 49,4 mm
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1.2.2 Core material
Material E 322
Shear modulus GÃ = 3,20 N/mm2
Shear strength f
Cv
‡ ¬ 20°C = 0,120 N/mm2
Compr. strength f
Cc
= 0,130 N/mm2
parameter of support reaction capacity k = 0,0
1.2.3 Face layers (excerpt)
Upper face layer (1) Lower face layer (2)
Material S 320 S 320
nomial thickness of face sheet t
nom
= 0,600 mm = 0,600 mm
nomial thickness of zinc layers t
zinc
= 0,040 mm = 0,040 mm
tolerance (DIN EN 10143) t
tol
= 0,050 mm = 0,050 mm
Thickness of face sheet t = 0,535 mm = 0,535 mm
Cross-sectional area A = 5,365 cm2/m = 5,38 cm2/m
Moment of inertia I = 0,00 cm—/m = 0,00 cm—/m
Distance between centroids of faces dA
x
= 0,150 mm = 0,400 mm
Distance between centroids of faces hÁ
x
= 0,150 mm = 0,400 mm
Basic value ¤U = 151,00 N/mm2 = 145,00 N/mm2
2 . L O A D
2.1 PRINCIPLE SKETCH OF THE INTRODUCED LOADS
2.2 INTRODUCED LOADS
1. wind pressure over entire length wÎ = 0,540 kN/m2
2a. wind suction wÔ = -0,930 kN/m2, a = 0,00 m, l = 3,60 m
2b. wind suction wÔ = -0,620 kN/m2, a = 3,60 m, l = 2,20 m
3. summer temperatures for SLS ‡
outs
= +80°C, ‡
ins
= +25°C
4. summer temperatures for ULS ‡
outs
= +80°C, ‡
ins
= +25°C
5. winter temperatures ‡
outs
= -20°C, ‡
ins
= +20°C
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2.3 LOAD CURVE OVER THE PANEL LENGTH
2.3.1 Load curve for LC 1 - wind pressure
Load curve for LC 1 - wind pressure [kN/m2, kN/m]
+0,54 +0,54
5,80 m
2.3.2 Load curve for LC 2 - wind suction
Load curve for LC 2 - wind suction [kN/m2, kN/m]
-0,93 -0,93
3,60 m
-0,62 -0,62
2,20 m
2.4 Combination coefficients and load factors
2.4.1 Combination coefficients
Combination coefficients Snow Wind Temperature Live load

0
0,60 0,60 0,60 / 1,00
a
0,00

1
0,75 / 0,75
b
0,75 / 1,00
b
1,00 0,00
a Coefficient is used if the winter temperature T = 0 °C is combined with snow.
b Coefficient is used if there is, in the combination, only a single action effect representing the variable actions and it is
caused by either the sole snow load or the sole wind load, acting alone.
Reference: EN 14509, Tab. E.6
2.4.2 Load factors
š
F
at ultimate limit state serviceability limit state
Permament actions 1,35 / 1,00 1,00
Variable actions 1,50 1,00
Temperature actions 1,50 1,00
Creep effects 1,00 1,00
Reference: EN 14509, Tab. E.8
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3 . A C T I O N E F F E C T S O F E A C H L O A D C A S E
3.1 SUPPORT REACTIONS AT MULTI-SPAN PANEL
Support reactions for multi-span-panels without load factors. The numbers of the load cases correspond with
the numbers under Load.
Load case
support LC 1 LC 2 LC 3 LC 5
- [kN/m] [kN/m] [kN/m] [kN/m]
1 +1,57 -2,57 +0,00 +0,00
2 +1,57 -2,14 +0,00 +0,00
3.2 DEFLECTIONS AT MULTI-SPAN PANEL
Maximum deflections at each span without load factors.
Load Case
span LC 1 LC 2 LC 3 LC 5
- [cm] [cm] [cm] [cm]
1 +2,160 -3,345 -2,806 +2,041
4 . C A L C U L A T I O N S
4.1 DESIGN OVERVIEW
ultimate limit state of tension and pressure stresses 102,7%
ultimate limit state of shear stresses 43,5%
ultimate limit state of support reactions 100,0%
serviceability limit state of tension and pressure stresses 51,9%
serviceability limit state of shear stresses 23,6%
serviceability limit state of support reactions 100,0%
serviceability limit state of deflections 74,3%
The abbrevations given in the design calculation have to be understood as "provable stress as a result of load
case...".
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4.2 DESIGN OF ULTIMATE LIMIT STATE
The ultimate limit state is to be designed assuming for a single-span panel ("wrinkling"-hinges over the
supports). All spans in multi-span panels are treated and tested as single-span panels. Each load combination
is calculated with consideration to the system and load details. The printout shows the relevant place and the
relevant load combination.
4.2.1 Design of limited normal stresses in face layers
Determining: design of the compressionstress in the lower face layer at span 1 at load case combination
Š¤ = šUÔ * ¤

+ šEËÉ * ‹
0, …‡É
* ¤
…‡É
¬ ¤
w
ËÁ
, span
Ë? / šÇ = ¤
w
ËÁ
, span
ËÎ
Š¤ = 1,50 * -66,6 + 1,50 * 0,60 * 0,0000 = -99,9 N/mm2 a -145,0 N/mm2 / 1,49 = -97,3 N/mm2
4.2.2 Design of the limited shear stress in the core material
Determining: design of at the support 1 at load case combination
ŠY = šUÔ * Y

+ šEËÉ * ‹
0, …‡É
* Y
…‡É
¬ f
Cv,k
/ šÇ = f
Cv,d
ŠY = 1,50 * -0,0260 + 1,50 * 0,60 * 0,0000 = -0,0389 N/mm2 < -0,120 N/mm2 / 1,34 = -0,090 N/mm2
4.3 DESIGN OF SERVICEABILITY LIMIT STATE
The serviceability limit state is to be designed at the entire system in accordance with the standard. The
different partial safety factors according to the technical approval need to be taken into account.
4.3.1 Design of limited normal stresses in face layers
For this panel, the limit wrinkling strength at the intermediate support depends on the number of screws per metre.
The designs were only made with the basic limited values neglecting any reduction factors. Notice: the
limited wrinkling stresses need to be calculated again after choosing the fasteners (see accompanying
standard).
Determining: design of the compressionstress in the lower face layer at span 1 at load case combination
Š¤ = šUÔ * ¤

+ šEËÉ * ‹
0, …‡É
* ¤
…‡É
¬ ¤
w
ËÁ
, span
Ë? / šÇ = ¤
w
ËÁ
, span
ËÎ
Š¤ = 1,0 * -66,6 + 1,0 * 0,60 * 0,0000 = -66,6 N/mm2 < -145,0 N/mm2 / 1,13 = -128,3 N/mm2
4.3.2 Design of the limited shear stress in the core material
Determining: design of at the support 1 at load case combination
ŠY = šUÔ * Y

+ šEËÉ * ‹
0, …‡É
* Y
…‡É
¬ f
Cv,k
/ šÇ = f
Cv,d
ŠY = 1,0 * -0,0260 + 1,0 * 0,60 * 0,0000 = -0,0260 N/mm2 < -0,120 N/mm2 / 1,09 = -0,110 N/mm2
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4.4 COMPRESSION STRESSES AT SUPPORT
The design of the compression stresses at the supports is carried out for each support with the decisive
design procedure (ulitmate limit state, serviceability limit state, constructive demands).
support š * A
S
1)
š * A
U
2)
exist. b
3)
A
SLS
¸Î
4)
A
ULS
¸Î
5)
req. b
S
6)
req. b
U
7)
req. bÐ
8)
req. b
dec.+h9)
[-] [kN/m] [kN/m] [cm] [kN/m] [kN/m] [cm] [cm] [cm] [cm]
1 1,57 2,35 -1,0 4,81 3,94 1,3 2,4 4,0 4,0
2 1,57 2,35 -1,0 4,81 3,94 1,3 2,4 4,0 4,0
1) relevant support reactions including load factors at serviceability limit state
2) relevant support reactions including load factors at ultimate limit state
3) existing support width."-1": no definition from user.
4) allowable support reactions at serviceability limit state
5) allowable support reactions as ultimate limit state
6) required support width at serviceability limit state
7) required support width at ultimate limit state
8) support width required in the standard
9) decisive support width (maximum value index 6 to 8)
4.5 DEFLECTIONS
4.5.1 Design of deflections
The design of deflections is made with following assumptions (special user-input):
span-deflections: - at short-term: max w = l / 100
Determining is the deflection at span 1 with the sum
Šw = šUÔ * ‹
0, wÔ
* ‹
1, wÔ
* w

+ šÊË
S,SLS
* ‹
1, …‡
S,SLS * w
…‡
S,SLS ¬ max w = 580,0 cm / 100 = 5,80 cm
Šw = 1,0 * 0,60 * 0,75 * -3,34 + 1,0 * 1,0 * -2,81 = -4,31 cm < 5,80 cm