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  • Beijing National Aquatics Center

    The National Aquatic Center hosted the diving, swimming and synchronized swimming events at the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympic Games. Known as the Water Cube, it has a bubbled surface that absorbes solar radiation and reduces thermal loss. The sunlight allowed into the structure also acts as a heat source for the swimming pool water. The entire structure is based on a unique lightweight-construction, developed by PTW and CSCEC with ARUP, and derived from the structure of water in the state of aggregation of FOAM.

  • Company

    Ove Arup & Partners

    Software and Solution

  • Beijing National Stadium

    The stadium is referred to as the "bird's Nest" because of its saddle-shaped steel roof and interwoven façade. The roof measures 330m long by 220m wide and weighs a total of 45,000 tones. Its upper surface is clad with ethylene tetra fluoro ethylene(ETFE) panels which let in natural light and its lower surface has an acoustic membrane which reflects and absorbs sound. This maintains the atmosphere in the stadium.

  • Company

    Herzog & Meuron Architekten AG

    Software and Solution

  • Sutong Bridge

    The total length of the crossing is 8,206m. The main bridge is a double-cable-plane, double-pylon steel box girder cable-stayedbridge.
    The central span of 1,088m will have a navigation clearance of 62m, which will allow fourth and fifth generation container ships to pass
    through in all weather. The bridge and its approaches will be of a six-lane expressway design, with a maximum speed of 100km/h.
    This sets a record of being the world’s longest cable stay bridge to date.

  • Company

    Jiangsu Communications Planning Institute

    Software and Solution

    midas Civil
    - Construction Stage Analysis with Time-Dependent Effects
    - Cable Tension Optimization
    - Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
    - Eigenvalue Analysis
    - Thermal Analysis
    - Buckling Analysis

  • Stonecutters Bridge

    The concept is for a cable-stayed bridge with a twin aerodynamic deck suspended from two 295m-high
    single pole towers. These towers will have bases measuring 24m x 18m tapering to 7m diameter at the top, and the deck will allow a navigation clearance of 73.5m over the full entrance to the Container Port.
    This sets a record of being the world’s 2nd longest cable stay bridge to date for which full erection engineering was carried out.

  • Company

    Ove Arup & Partners

    Software and Solution

    midas Civil
    - Construction Stage Analysis with Time-Dependent Effects
    - Cable Tension Optimization
    - Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
    - Eigenvalue Analysis
    - Thermal Analysis
    - Buckling Analysis"

  • Incheon 2nd Bridge

    The Incheon 2nd Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge of a steel deck box supported on two inverted Y-shape main concrete towers. In the model of this bridge the influence of the piled foundation has been included. This holds the record of being the world’s 3rd longest cable stay bridge to date

  • Company

    Seoyeong Engineering and Chodai Co., Ltd.

    Software and Solution

    midas Civil
    - Construction Stage Analysis with Time-Dependent Effects
    - Cable Tension Optimization
    - Geometric Nonlinear Analysis
    - Vehicle Load Optimization

  • Young Jong Bridge

     

  • Company

    U Sin Corporation, South Korea

    Software and Solution

    midas Civil
    - Response Spectrum Analysis
    - Eigen Value Analysis
    - Large Displacement Analysis
    - Vehicle Load Optimization