# Results (Concrete Section)

# Design

In the **Design **program mode only results for Ultimate Limit State loadcases will be displayed.

**Moment M _{y} and/or Moment M_{z} and possible Axial force N**

Necessary tensile- and possible compression reinforcement and adherent area, effective depth and compression zone height are shown as tables for the **M _{y} **and/or

**M**moment.

_{z}If the current moment **M _{y} **or

**M**is smaller than the moment of unintentional load eccentricity, according to the active concrete code, the latter will be the basis

_{z}of the design.

**Comment**: If both moments have been defined the design will be performed separately for each moment, which means that some bars can be used for bending in both directions at the same time. A calculation result like this should therefore be checked in the **Analysis **program mode in which a complete skew

calculation is being performed.

**Axial force N**

Necessary tensile/compression reinforcement and adherent area are shown as tables for current axial force.

The design is performed with consideration to unintentional load eccentricity according to the active concrete code.

**Shear force V _{y} and/or V_{z}**

Necessary shear reinforcement, adherent area, number of stirrup cuts and shear capacity of the concrete and reinforcement for shear forces **V _{y} **and/or

**V**are shown as tables.

_{z }Necessary shear reinforcement can, besides from current shear stress, also originate from rules according to the active concrete code such as minimum distance demands.

**Note!** If both shear forces have been defined the design will be performed in a way that uses the concrete capacity to its full in both directions.

**Torque T**

Required torsional reinforcement, reinforcement capacity and max torsional capacity are displayed in tables for torque **T _{x}**.

The result of the design is also shown graphically in the drawing area (as seen in the picture below).

# Analysis

## Loadcases in the Ultimate Limit State

The capacity is being calculated in accordance with the defined section forces.

### Table results

**Bending capacity**

Max moment**M**and adherent degree of utilization_{Ry}**M**/_{y}**M**, max. moment_{Ry}**M**and adherent degree of utilization_{Rz}**M**/_{z}**M**as well as efficient height and compression zone height are shown as tables. If stringer heights in shear calculation result in reduced moment capacity this reduced value is shown._{Rz}**Shear capacity**

Max shear force**V**, the capacity of the concrete_{Rdy}**V**and adherent degree of utilization_{cdy}**V**/_{y}**V**as well as max. shear force_{Rdy}**V**, the capacity of the concrete_{Rdz}**V**as well as adherent degree of utilization_{cdz}**V**/_{z}**V**are shown as tables._{Rdz}**Note**! If both shear forces have been defined the calculation will be performed in a way that uses the concrete capacity to its full in both directions.**Torsional capacity**

Max torque**T**and associated utilization_{sd}**T**/_{x}**T**as well as max torsional capacity and associated utilization are displayed as tabels._{Rd}**Compression/Tension capacity**

Maximum compressed-/tensile axial force**N**and adherent degree of utilization_{Rd}**N**/**N**are shown as tables._{Rd}

### Graphical result

**Compression zone diagram**

The current compression zone is shown as seen below.**Stress diagrams**

Current distribution of stress is shown in the same way as for Serviceability Limit State below.**Strain diagrams**

Current distribution of strain is shown in the same way as for Serviceability Limit State below.

## Loadcases in Serviceability Limit State

### Table results

**Generally**

Information if the section is cracked, crack moment**M**and/or_{cr,y}**M**, moment of inertia for possible cracked sections_{cr,z}**I**and/or_{y}**I**as well as compression zone height are shown as tables._{z}**Stress**

Maximum tensile- and compressive stress for concrete and reinforcement are shown as tables.**Crack widths**

Maximum crack width and code dependent crack parameters.

### Graphic result

**Compression zone diagram**

Current compression zone is shown in the same way as for Ultimate Limit State above.**Stress diagram**

Current distribution of stress is shown as seen below.**Strain diagram**

Current distribution of strain is shown as seen below.