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    • We have finally launched!     After two years of intensive work, we are more than happy to announce the initial release of the beta version of Steel suite.   Steel suite is a cloud-based platform that offers high-end web applications for the design of steel connections according to the Eurocode. The initial version of the platform offers three applications for the design of fin plate simple joints. Additionally, an interactive steel sections library is also available.     The main advantage of Steel suite is that the calculations are implemented on our servers. This feature assures that the engineer can access and use the applications from any device (PCs, laptops, tablets and mobiles) with an internet connection, regardless its computational power. The applications are developed using state of the art technologies, offering interactive 3D and 2D graphics.     Please feel free to create a personal account and test the platform by yourself here:   steel.ecwix.com/register   You can navigate to our multilingual commercial web page here:   www.ecwix.com/en   If you find our project interesting keep in touch with us by following our page on LinkedIn:   Ecwix Engineering @ LinkedIn
    • Jummybear...   You'd likely get the same results as the commercial from a properly installed hardened washer with a slip critical connection... at a fraction of the cost... I do know that Belleville washers work... They are often used on electrical equipment due to thermal cycling and A/C effects.   Dik
    • After watching these vidoes it seems that locking washer is a myth
    • Awesome information Dik, thank you!   P.S. I know this is a commercial, but judging from logic of the mechanics of the washers these seem to be superb   
    • I'm not sure what the practice with Eurocodes is, but, in North America cover is to the bottom lower layer of reinforcing and to the top upper layer...   Dik
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