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Nov. 17 5.00 Graphic functions for drawing and labelling in the graphics, separate handling of graphics

elements in the input window (displayed in every geometry graphics) and single result

graphics (displayed only in this page), DXF import with support of layers to use the

graphics as a background for the input of elements. Shear design acc. to Eurocode 2 is

already done from a distance to the edge > 1.0d instead of 2.0d, if no punching design is

required.

Nov. 17 4.48 For design acc. to EC 2, shear design has to be done directly at the edge of the columns to

compare with V,Rd,max, in addition to the verification of the shear reinforcement at a

distance of d. Shear design is therefore done independently from the distance to the border

of the footing.

Sep. 17 4.47 In the verification against punching, we check smaller radiuses of punching cones acc. to

Eurocode 2 due to retaining soil pressures. In this case, the critical radius was not found

correctly in every case.

Aug. 17 4.46 For the values for the soil pressure force Nu,d the multiplication with the ideal pressure

width bid was missing. This results in small differences in the results for the stability

analysis acc. to Steckner.

Mai 17 4.45 As the perm. soil pressure acc. to DIN 1054:2010 depends on b‘ and therefore on the load

eccentricity, the critical comparison for the perm. soil pressure may occur in a different

load case combination than the maximum soil pressure. The case with a maximum value

of avail. sigma – perm. sigma is verified.

Mar. 17 4.44 In the verification against overturning acc. to SIA 267 with calculation by the eccentricity

with additional safety factors acc. to LS type 1 the consideration of loads as favourable or

unfavourable and the determination of the corresponding safety factors is improved. More

unfavourable results may occur.

July 16 4.40 Support of the T2W interface for import and restart of projects in VCmaster.

May 16 4.32 For the design against punching acc. to DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2013-04 in formula (6.50)

for v,Rd,c we have to use the factor 2*d/a instead of 2*d for the minimum value.

Dec. 15 4.30 (DC-Footing/Pylon) For soil with phi < 20° (outside of the range defined by Steckner) the

bedding coefficients C1 and C2 may be predefined, see Project – Name/Standard.

Nov. 15 4.21 For earthquake analysis acc. to SIA 267 the safety factors 1.20 and 1.50 for tan(phi) and c

from SIA are valid instead of the values 1.25 of and 1.40 acc. to Eurocode 8.

Nov. 15 4.20 Acc. to DIN 1054:2010 and commentary for the manual Eurocode 7, 2.5 b) the

combination factors psi for variable loads have to be used for the foundation engineering

verifications as well. Therefore they are used in the foundation engineering verifications

and not only for the design. When using DIN 1054:2005, the factors psi are not used for

foundation engineering following chapter 6.3.3 (4).

Oct. 15 4.13 The newer ZTV-Ing form (state of 2012) is available (if the option DCZTVK exists). If

“ZTVK form” is selected in the menu Project and the older version of the form is present,

the new one may be selected with Settings - Header ZTVK – „create standard header

again”.

Sep. 15 4.12 In the graphics-based output a function „Find“ (menu item Edit - Find or shortcut Ctrl-F)

is available. Improvement for the bearing capacity analysis with earthquake loads, if the

average values of phi and c are > 0.

Aug. 15 4.11 If an upper reinforcement is selected although none is required, the selected reinforcement

is printed in the output. For design acc. to SIA 262 the coefficient kc for shear design is

0.55 instead of 0.60 (SIA 262:2013 instead of draft 2010).

June 15 4.10 For embedded pylon footings the passive earth pressure above the center of rotation may

be reduced to the mobilised part with 0.25*E,pk acc. to DIN 1054:2010, 6.5.4 (4).

Selection under Project – Name/Standard. For the output of the values tan(alpha) we

distinguish between the values from the permitted inclination and the resulting inclination.

Jan. 14 3.13 For the punching check the consideration of the highest-loaded quarter acc. to booklet 399

is not used for design acc. to SIA 262 as well, because in this standard the eccentricity is

considered by the factor beta.

Oct. 14 3.11 For the determination of the critical punching cone for the design against punching with

iteration of the radius acc. to Eurocode 2, we have to consider not only the punching

reinforcement, but also the additional reinforcement to avoid punching reinforcement.

July 14 3.10 For the analysis of the safety against sliding for undrained soil (base friction angle = 0) the

resistance is calculated as R = c,u * A‘.

July 14 3.09 If the program is set to Eurocode 7, after File – New some partial safety factors were only

initialized correctly, if the selection of the analysis standard was done again. Now: correct

setting with File – New.

June 14 3.08 For the punching check the consideration of the highest-loaded quarter acc. to booklet 399

is not used for design acc. to DIN 1045-1 or Eurocode 2, because in these standards the

eccentricity is considered by the factor beta.

Apr. 14 3.05 Consideration of the National Annex for Eurocode 7 for Italy, where some special

definitions of NTC 2008 are not contained any more.

Mar. 14 3.04 Acc. to edition 2013 of SIA 267 (12.5.2.4), favorable permanent loads are not applied any

more with a factor of 0.80, but with 1.00. For available project files the former setting is

conserved. If the standard SIA 267 is selected again, the new factor is set.

Feb. 14 3.03 Correction of the settlement calculation fro strip footings due to the analysis per m length.

Jan. 14 3.02 For analysis acc. to SIA 267 the eccentricity and load inclination have to be calculated

with design values.

Dec. 13 3.00 Design with glass fiber reinforcement Schöck ComBAR available. New type of

reinforcement mesh R 524.

June 13 2.19 In the footing dialog, page Design, printing of the design of reinforced concrete may be

switched on or off.

May 13 2.18 For the settlement calculation the pressure of the soil from the embedment depth is

substracted. For bearing capacity analysis acc. to OENORM B 4435-2 (incl. OENORM B

1997-1-1) the bearing capacity load is the resultant (maybe inclined), not the vertical

component.

Apr. 13 2.16 Acc. to SIA 267, 8.5.2.1 the partial factor gamma,R for bearing capacity and sliding may

be set to 1.0, because we use an approved analysis approach. For tan(phi) and c we have to

use a safety factor also in LS type 2. The value is changed when the analysis standard is

selected again. For OENORM B 4435-2 the use oft he ground inclination coefficient g,c is

corrected.

Apr. 13 2.15 For analysis acc. to SIA, we have to use safety factors for the soil layer parameters for

bearing capacity, even if we have LS type 2. For the load case combinations acc. to SIA

260, we have to use the combination coefficients psi also for the foundation engineering

verifications. Generally, for exceptional load case combinations, we have to use the

coefficients psi2 for variable actions, for permanent actions we always use the faktor 1.0,

no factor < 1.0 for favourable actions.

Jan. 13 2.12 Faster determination of the possible load case combinations for a larger number of load

cases. As depending on the type (permanent, variable) a load case may be not applied,

applied 1.0-fold or gamma-fold, for 15 load cases + self-weight we have 3**16 = approx.

43 millions of theoretically possible combinations. From that number we have to

determine the combinations to be calculated effectively. For 15 defined load cases we have

a possible analysis time of 10 – 20 minutes with current hardware.

Dec. 12 2.11 Consideration of the minimum reinforcement for ductile component behavior for DIN EN

1992

Nov. 12 2.10 Full support of Eurocode 2 and 3 with definition of all the nationally defined parameters

(NDPs) for any country. Support of DIN 4085:2011 instead of 2007. Like in MS Word and

other programs scrolling is now possible by using the mouse wheel, the zoom function is

used with Ctrl-mouse wheel.

July 12 2.01 Predefinition of the values for the perm. eccentricity (e/d) for the overturning check for

analysis acc. to Eurocode 7

June 12 2.00 Full support of Eurocode 7 with all the 3 Design Approaches. Predefined settings for

Eurocode 7 (proposed values), Germany (DIN EN 1997-1 with DIN 1054:2010), Austria

(OENORM B 1997-1-1), France (NF EN 1997-1), Great Britain (BS EN 1997-1), Italy

(UNI EN 1997-1 with NTC 2008) and Spain (UNE EN 1997-1 with DB SE-C). Settings

for any country are possible with free selection of the Design Approach and the groups of

safety factors.

Full centering for strip footings is possible, verification of the soil pressure with design

values acc. to DIN 1054:2010.

For EC2 new proposed value for punching for vRd,max = 0.4 instead of 0.5.

Hungarian program version available.

Dec. 11 1.814 Consideration of different load cases with different safety factors and categories for

excavation loads. Improvements for the consideration of alternative load cases.

June 11 1.812 For the analysis of fixed block footings acc. to Steckner the moment M,alpha

(serviceability) has to be limited to the value of M,u (stability).

May 11 1.811 The punching check is not required only if the critical circular section is touching the edge

of the footing. The regulation acc. to DIN 1045-1, 10.5.1 (1) „…if the full section goes

beyond the critical circular section at least by 1,5 d“ interpreted acc. to different sources in

a manner that this point is only valid for ribbed slabs.

Apr. 11 1.89 For the punching check of compact footings the reduction value for soil pressure is used

with the smaller area of the punching cone.

Mar. 11 1.88 For analysis acc. to SIA 267 the combination factors (reduction factors) psi are used acc.

to SIA 260, 4.4.3.4, for non-leading actions not with psi*gamma, but only with the value

of psi (in contrary to DIN and Eurocode). Combination factors = 0 may now be used.

Dec. 10 1.86 Under Project – Name/Standard the safety factor for self-weight for foundation

engineering checks and design may be defined.

Sep. 10 1.85 More exact calculation of the settlement for circular footings and for linear base pressure.

For the settlement calculation the critical combination and the applied limit depth are

printed. Romanian version available.

Sep. 10 1.83 In the output, the distances x and y for the sections for shear design are referencing to the

coordinate system instead of the center of the footing.

Aug. 10 1.82 For the thickness of the footing for the distances in the checks of shear force and

punching: variable thickness is used for base inclination.

Aug. 10 1.81 Acceleration for the creation of the load case combinations with more than 7 load cases.

May 10 1.70 Application of earth pressure acc. to DIN 4085:2007, SIA 261 and OENORM B 4434

available.

May 10 1.68 For passive earth pressure only the activated part (<= load) is applied for the section forces

in the footing base.

Mar. 10 1.66 In a load case combination which contains extraordinary loads, the self-weight has to be

used with safety factor 1.0 for design.

Mar. 10 1.65 Improvement for the transfer of symbol data for additions (from DCNAME0.DXB =

original file DC-Software to DCNAME.DXB = customer data).

Mar. 10 1.64 For the check of position stability all loads of one load case are combined before they are

considered to be stabilizing or destabilizing. The position of the tilting edge is printed. The

check of position stability is considered in the optimization and in the summary.

Oct. 09 1.60 Only the new type of dongle HASP HL is supported from now on.

New layout for icon and splash window.

Setting the font size for the status line is possible (Settings – Font sizes)

July 09 1.55 For the settings of limit values for the eccentricity (overturning check) (see Project –

Name – Analysis standard – Parameters LS 1A/overturning) the limit values for circular

footings may be defined separately. For selecting the reinforcement the pages for the

upper reinforcement are always displayed.

Overturning check for SIA with design values for LS type, for DIN additional check of

position stability for LS 1A (see at the standard definition: button „parameters LS

1A/overturning“).

For the design the minimum reinforcement (ductile behaviour of components) may be

switched off.

Use of the surcharge stress for the settlement calculation.

Jan. 09 1.50 Support of the new OENORM B 1997-1-1 based on Eurocode 7

Oct. 08 1.45 For the design of a circular footing as a pylon footing acc. to Steckner: use of a circular

section, because a horizontal section is considered.

Sep. 08 1.44 Changed safety factor acc. to DIN 1054:2005 correction 4:2008-10. For available projects

resp. selected DIN 1054:2005 the standard has to be selected anew to set the changed

safety factor.

The position of the column may be selected to be left or right-aligned or centered with

automatic shifting when changing the dimensions of the footing. Concentrated loads may

be positioned in the center of the column automatically.

July 08 1.41 The load eccentricity ex and ey is printed with the overturning check.

June 08 1.40 ZTVK form available as an option (menu item Project – ZTVK-Form), rotated header

field for landscape graphics on portrait page.

Support of the new dongle type HASP HL

Feb. 08 1.36 New safety factors acc. to DIN 1054:2005 correction 3. With previous files click again on

DIN 1054:2005 to select the new safety factors.

With the mouse wheel you may zoom in the input window (Zoom greater/smaller) and

scroll in the results.

Under Settings – Header new function „Adapt“ to adapt the width of the complete header

to the available width of the sheet (e.g. for a printer with another printable width).

Jan. 08 1.35 Definition of the addition in % for the perm. soil pressure for high firmness of the ground.

Calculation of earth and excavation load for the shear design.

Display of the soil pressure in the 3D figure after calculation.

DC-Footing/Pylon: Display of the earth pressures for the approach acc. to Steckner in the

graphics.

Aug. 07 1.31 For punching design we still can arrive without punching reinforcement by using

additional reinforcement, if Vd > VRd,max, but the required reinforcement grade is < rmax.

July 07 1.30 DC-Footing/Pylon available for analysis of pylon footings acc. to Steckner (load bearing

not over the base, but fixing with earth pressure on the footing’s sides). Improved

approach with consideration of soil layers, ground water level and excavation depths.

For analysis of compact footings acc. to booklet 525 DAfStb the increase factor for the

punching load bearing capacities is printed. When increasing the load bearing capacities

by an additional reinforcement, the increased values are printed.

For design acc. to ÖNORM the punching check is not required only if the critical round

section with a distance of 1.5 d is touching the footing edge. Shear design is done if no

punching check is required and at least one edge distance is > 1.5 d.

June 07 1.21 For punching design acc. to ÖNORM B 4700 only one circular section has to be designed.

For free standard definition for the analysis we include a load safety factor automatically

for the design (1.35 for DIN, SIA and ÖNORM, 1.40 for British Standard), if the load

safety factors for the analysis are defined as 1.0 and the design standard expects design

section forces.

June 07 1.20 Analysis of cantilever footings resp. centering of strip footings by a bend-proof wall or a

foundation slab.

Apr. 07 1.16 Punching design acc. to SIA: calculation of ry acc. to “Bemessungsbeispiele zur Norm SIA

262” (design examples) instead of SIA 262, section 4.3.6.3.2 (more favorable approach).

Apr. 07 1.15 New icon Print preview, function tile horizontal orders the windows horizontally instead

of vertically.

Mar. 07 1.15 Correction of the order of soil layers in the settlement analysis.

Mar. 07 1.14 For the check against overturning, acc. to SIA 267 the relative eccentricity may always be

<= 1/3, in contrast to the limit value for dead loads acc. to DIN of 1/6.

Mar. 07 1.13 If the eccentricity is too large (caused by a large moment) when calculation the section

forces for the design of reinforced concrete without self-weight, and no soil pressures can

be calculated, we do the calculation including self-weight. This way, the section forces for

the bending design can be calculated.

Dec. 06 1.10 Design acc. to British Standard BS 8110 available, french version available.

Dec. 06 1.02 The type of earth pressure to be applied with the bearing capacity and sliding analysis may

be defined differently for x and y direction with the parameters for the excavation stages,

because in both directions different depths of the footing in the ground are possible.

Oct. 06 1.00 Program DC-Footing for the analysis and design of footings available.

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