3Muri allows the calculation of new buildings through the modeling of all structural elements. The versatility of the program allows the design of simple and complex buildings.
Interventions for adaptation and improvement
Chapter 10 of the NTC provides for local, improvement and adaptation interventions; the simulation of these interventions can be easily carried out with 3Muri.
It is possible to use a wide range of reinforcing elements such as chains, FRP applications, reinforced plaster, injections on walls, stiffening of floors, etc.
Not all existing structures are able to respond to the required seismic intensity and for this it may be necessary to intervene with reinforcement works. In addition, over time, reinforcement elements may have been added that need to be taken into account in the calculation model.
Chapter 10 of the NTC provides for interventions of a local type, for improvement and adaptation; the simulation of these interventions can be easily achieved with 3Muri through a wide range of reinforcing elements such as: chains, FRP applications, reinforced plaster, injections on walls, stiffening of floors, etc.
It is also possible to insert new elements such as beams, pillars, partitions and relatives in reinforced concrete, frames and steel braces.
In the event that it is not possible to fully determine the elements, it is necessary to proceed with the simulated project, assuming what was foreseen at the time of construction.
The structural model can also include elements that are subject to different types of reinforcements. In particular, it may be necessary to insert new elements in order to seismically adapt the structure that has not reached the required safety level.
By examining the deteriorated elements it is possible to identify the areas subject to reinforcement.
The types of reinforcements are:
RC circlings and steel
Reinforcements in RC and steel
Reinforcements with frames
Reinforcements with frp
Reinforcements with truss beam