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1 This guide gives a quick walkthrogh of how to use the program.
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3 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%201.png]]
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5 The program can handle slabs supported by an interior, edge or corner columns.
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7 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%202.png]]
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9 The adequate geometry, concrete and reinforcement are defined for in this case an interior column.
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11 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%203.png]]
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13 Up to ten different load cases. The column moments are used to calculate an eccentricity factor increasing the punching stress.
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15 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%204.png]]
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17 As a result from the design the length of the column, control perimeters and the eccentricity factors are displayed.
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19 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%205.png]]
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21 And the slab is checked at the column perimeter with regard to max shear capacity and at the control perimeter. In this case the capacity is inadequate.
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23 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%206.png]]
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25 One way to increase the capacity is to use shear reinforcement. Bent-Down bars or Links.
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27 [[image:https://strusoft.com/uploads/products/WIN-Statik/Punching/Punching%20image%207.png]]
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29 To reach the required capacity eight 12 mm bent-down bars must cross through the control perimeter. Two bars in each direction.
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31 Finally when the results are satisfactory the output can be sent to a printer.