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Takeaways from XIV International research and practice conference

Takeaways from XIV International research and practice conference

Dear colleagues, we are informing about takeaways from research and practice conference

LIRA group of companies took part in activities at XIV international research and practice conference «Innovative technologies regarding lifecycle of housing and civil, industrial and transportation objects», which took place on 19-23 of September, 2016 in Kamianets-Podilskyi city, Khmelnytskyi oblast, Ukraine.

Experts of LIRA group of companies presented following reports at plenary meeting:
  • SOME PROBLEMS OF COMPUTER MODELING OF BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES AND WAYS OF THEIRS SOLUTION IN SP LIRA 10.6 report was presented by Marchenko Dmitry Vladimirovich, project manager, LIRA group of companies.

    Report dedicated to review of main topics and problems, faced by users of previous versions of SP LIRA. There have been suggested ways of these problems’ solution using toolkit of SP LIRA 10.6.
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF PROVISIONS OF DSTU-N B EN 1998-1:2010 IN SP LIRA 10.6 report was presented by Geraymovych Yury Dmitriyevich, Candidate of Technical Sciences, executive director of LLC «PRIME CAD».

    Report presents a review of seismic analysis approaches, which were implemented in SP LIRA 10.6 software package in accordance to DSTU-N B EN 1998-1:2010: analysis using lateral forces approach, modal response spectrum analysis, nonlinear static analysis and nonlinear dynamic time history analysis.
Reports of SP LIRA experts have been accepted by audience with a keen interest and drew an active discussion.

You can get familiar with SP LIRA 10.6 innovations at conferences, seminars and workshops. Details regarding official release of new version will be provided later.

We would like to extend our appreciation to organizers of the conference for an excursion to Сhernivtsi National University named after Yurii Fedkovich. Central building of the University is an ex-residence of the metropolitans of Bukovina and Dalmatia, and it is included in the UNESCO heritage list.