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Software :CBeam
Version :2.0
Last Update :8 March 2014
Platform:Windows
File Size :2.04 MB
License :Trial
Downloads :UserDownloads:435
CBeam Description

CBeam 2. 0 is a windows application that calculates section properties for composite beams. CBeam is a time saving and helpful tool to virtually any engineer, and it is an excellent compliment to any design or analysis software.

With CBeam, a composite beam section can be created and edited graphically using any combination of rectangle, triangle or I-beam shapes. Each shape can have it’s own material properties such as weight and modulus of elasticity, and it can either be composite or non-composite to the beam. CBeam calculates; area, weight per unit length, moment of inertia, location of the neutral axis, and section modulus. CBeam has an interactive help file which serves as program documentation. All information, including graphics, can be printed

* CBeam download link provides trial version of the software.
* Keywords: composite beams, beam section, beam shapes, material properties, modulus of elasticity, composite beam, moment of inertia, neutral axis, section modulus
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