For the original system the following is calculated:

Load case 1: Dead load

Load case 2: Creep t=10 to t=50 days, with phi.t = 0.66, creep-generated continuous load LC 1

Now the construction stage 2 is generated and the system changes are implemented here. By removing the joint, a continuous model is created. The additional load is placed on top of it and calculated:

Load case 3: Additional load 10 kN/m

The internal forces and deformations after 50 days result from the dead load + creep 10/50 + the additional load:

Load case 4: Superposition LC 1, 2 and 3 (superposition of the results)

The creep redistribution up to the final state is calculated by:

Load case 5: creep 1=50 to final state, phi.t=2.04, creep-generated continuous load: LC 4

The final state results from load case 4 and 5:

Load case 6: final state (superposition LC4+LC5)