ASCE702W is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of wind loading analysis for buildings and structures per the ASCE 7-02 Code.
ASCE705W is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of wind loading analysis for buildings and structures per the ASCE 7-05 Code.
ASDIP Retain is a suite of modules specifically dedicated to the design of retaining walls, based on the latest IBC / ACI 318 specifications, that greatly simplifies the time-consuming calculations in any structural engineering office.
The simplest and versatile software for structural analysis and design of bridges with super structures, sub structures, foundations, hydrological analysis, culverts, underpasses.
BASEPLT9 is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of steel column base plates.
An easy to use continuous beam analysis program for the Microsoft Windows platform.
BEAMANAL is a MS-Excel spreadsheet workbook for the analysis of single-span beams (simple, propped, fixed, or cantilever) and continuous beams of up to 5 spans.
QConBridge is a live load analysis program for continuous bridge frames.
A stand alone tool of masonry components to manage multiple structural components within a single project file.
The free RoofDek Analysis software allows Structural Engineers and specifiers to conduct full deck analysis to Eurocode 3 and 9.
Sargon is a software used for structural analysis mainly aimed to the design and check of steel structures.
Shoring Suite is a software package that contains 4 Modules: Shoring, EarthPres, Surcharge, and Heave. These modules are sophisticated design and analysis tools developed by experienced engineers and professors.
spSlab (formerly pcaSlab/ADOSS) is highly efficient and widely used for analysis, design and investigation of reinforced concrete floor systems.
Statics is a must have mobile software for every engineer (in particular civil or building), architect, Statics and Building science student.
Quick and simplified torsion analysis of W, S, M, and HP steel beams.
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