Welcome to the WeStatiX verification section! Here you will find some example problems that test the accuracy of WeStatiX. For all of them does exist the model available in WeStatiX and in most of the cases you can also find the tutorial in our documentation, so that you can read how to build it step by step.

Some of these tests have well known solution which you can find in any engineering handbook, other tests come from different sources what will be specified in every section.

In all cases WeStatiX has to match a target value: the accuracy is measured with the following formula:

\(\epsilon =\left( 1 – \frac{\text{WeStatiX Result}}{\text{Target Value}}\right) \)

Here is the list of the examples included in our verification manual

Members

- Cantilever beam
- Beam subjected to uniform temperature rise
- Continuous beam on multiple supports with constant distributed load
- Spring supported continuous beam
- Two cantilever beams connected by a truss
- Beam structure with imposed displacement of a supported node
- Continuous beam with constrained rotation and release of vertical displacement

Shells

- Uniformly loaded circular plate
- Uniformly loaded and simply supported square plate
- Square plate supported at the corners

Reinforced concrete design

- RC member design
- Bending and axial force – symmetrical reinforcement
- Biaxial bending
- Biaxial bending and axial force
- T-shaped beam subjected to biaxial bending and normal force

### Articles

- Cantilever Beam
- Continuous beam on multiple supports with constant distributed load
- Spring supported continuous beam
- Uniformly Loaded Circular Plate
- Square plate supported at the corners
- Uniformly loaded and simply supported square plate
- Beam structure with imposed displacement of a supported node
- Continuous beam with constrained rotation and release of vertical displacement
- Two cantilever beams connected by a truss
- Beam subjected to uniform temperature rise
- RC member design
- Design of RC members in biaxial bending
- RC member design for biaxial bending and axial force
- RC member design for bending and axial force – symmetrical reinforcement
- RC design of a T-shaped beam subjected to biaxial bending and normal force
- Beam on Winkler foundation