The ANSRuop computer program is specialized structural analysis software, designed for scientific research as well as to aid practicing engineers. Its capabilities include static and dynamic, linear and non-linear analysis of structures. A wide spectrum of structures can be analysed through generalized modeling, the program is targeted towards the displacement- and deformation-based assessment of the non-linear seismic responce of reinforced concrete buildings and bridges. In this direction, the relevant rules and expressions of Eurocode 8 Part 3 as well as the Greek Code for interventions on existing structues are built into the program.
The program was developed at the Structures Laboratory, Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Patras, Greece, under the scientific supervision of professor M. N. Fardis. Its development continues by the development team. The development team is now aiming at expanding the program, by adding the capability of structural design according to EC2/EC8.
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