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Numerical Technology & Copyright

Strand7

Structural calculation FEM codes are provided by Strand 7 pty ltd (Sydney)

Mepla

Glass calculation FEM codes are provided by SJ Software GmbH (Aachen)

Catia

3D parametric codes for workshop drawings and numerical analyses of steel complex structures and architectural claddings are developed by the new technological Platform System (Dassault Systèmes, Villacoublay)

Solidworks

Geometric 3D codes for research activities are provided by Dassault Systèmes (Villacoublay)

M3E

Fatigue analysis codes for wind interactions are provided by M3E and the University of Padova

NUMERICAL TECHNOLOGY

In 2021, MZA Research introduced the latest numerical advancements in geometric and mechanical simulations: the 3D Platform on Cloud, powered by Dassault Systèmes.

The new 3DEXPERIENCE® design approach allows MZA’s 3D-modeling and structural division to build and execute highly complex simulation models in the cloud as part of high-value end-to-end industry processes, from requirements through to design, engineering and manufacturing, covering complex buildings and infrastructure projects based on digital twin technology.

3DEXPERIENCE® transforms a simulation from a vertical engineering function to a horizontal business process throughout the enterprise, and the architectural vision.

Complex architectural shapes are analysed by parametric entities, in nonlinear static and dynamic environments, allowing for informed “what if” engineering scenarios through seamless associativity/integration of the geometry, multi-step structural scenarios, quality testing and automated model creation for large assemblies.

In this regard, the superior parametric capabilities of Catia V6, used to provide design and engineering processes for complex shapes and parametric bodies, are enhanced by the exceptional numerical power of SPE/ABAQUS, used to provide complex mechanical and structural solutions for static and dynamic problems.

COPYRIGHT

Photos of the Parc des Ateliers are provided by Adrian Deweerdt/Luma photographer from Montpellier, Vinci Construction France and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Generali Tower are provided by Paolo Salmoirago (photographer from Milan), Matteo Curti (photographer from Milan) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Odéon Tower, Palais des Congrès d’Antibes and Rampoldi Terrace are provided by Philip Ducap (photographer from Nices) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Campus Einaudi University are provided by Michele D’Ottavio (photographer from Turin) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Diamond Tower are provided by Fabio Puricelli (photographer from Milan), Arup Italy (Milan) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the De Gasperi footbridge are provided by Arup Italy (Milan) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Eurodom Center are provided by KFK (Rijeka) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Aviva Stadium are provided by Peter Barrow (photographer from Dublin), Cimolai Metallic Construction and the MZA archive.
Photos of the CMA-CGM Tower are provided by the MZA archive.
Photos of the IV Bridge over the Grand Canal are provided by Filippo Leonardi (photographer from Venice), Mirco Gregolin (photographer from Treviso) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Médiathèque Marguerite Yourcenar are provided by Luc Boegly (photographer from Paris) and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Eraclea footbridges are provided by Mirco Gregolin (photographer from Treviso), the archive of Prof. Enzo Siviero and the MZA archive.
Photos of the Perché Restaurant are provided by Mirco Gregolin (photographer from Treviso) and the MZA archive.

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