Programa livre para análise da armadura longitudinal e da transversal de vigas pré-tracionadas para diferentes seções
Trevizoli, Gabriel da Motta
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In face of the needs to improve tools that increase productivity in project design, coupled with technical reliability, it was developed a free computer application that performs the equations and details the longitudinal reinforcement of pre-tensioned simply supported prestreessed beams, so it can assist professionals of the área. The program was developed in the graphical environment of Lazarus, which uses Pascal s programming language, in order to use object-oriented programming (OOP), facilitating the user who wishes to have access to the constituent objects. Initially, the user enters with the geometric cross-section s data, as well as the loading characteristics over the beam. In this way, the software will be able to pre-size its longitudinal reinforcement. According to NBR 6118:2014 is necesary to check tensions in both edges of the beam for the serviceability state combination (SLS) and ultimate limit state (ULS) in an empty-load stage, crack control requierments, as well as checks of deflections. The checking for ULS in full-load stage is made by checking the collapse section. Prestressing losses will be properly calculated according to criteria established in NBR 6118:2014, in order to obtain values closer to reality. Finally, the software checks the transverse reinforcement to see if it can resist the efforts of the shear force. This paper also presents the assumptions and normative precepts used in the program. Several examples of validation were made and it is shown how it can turn into an analysis tool. Also presents the listings and it is also given the different possibilities of expansion.