GBW32 V5. 0 is a 3D Finite Element program that uses truss and beam elements to model a wide range of Mechanical and Civil structures.
The graphical user interface is powerful and easy to use to quickly model a structure, apply loads and constraints, and analyze the model. GBW32 supports release nodes for all loadings, batch analysis, auto analysis, has an undo/redo feature and a built in property section calculator. Displacements, loads, stress information and animation are available to determine the effect of the applied loading and constraints.
Results can be viewed with a few mouse clicks. Models can be imported/exported as a DXF file. Model, material and geometry files are ASCII text and can be created/edited within the program or from another source.
Loads available include global loads and moments at nodes, global uniform loads, acceleration and angular velocity. Local element loads include trapezoidal loads, axial, torsion, moment and thermal loads. Constraints or springs to ground can be applied in all 6 degrees of freedom. Models can be created within the graphical environment or imported as a DXF file.
When the software is downloaded and installed it runs as a COMPLETE software package with NO RESTRICTIONS. The software can be registered at any time. If the software continues to be used it must be registered.
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