Advance Design is a complete integrated analysis / design software dedicated to engineers.
Very powerful Finite Element Analysis package for 2D and 3D constructions (frames and trusses).
ASDIP Steel is a suite of modules specifically dedicated to the design of structural steel members, based on the latest AISC specifications (AISC 360), that greatly simplifies the time-consuming calculations in any structural engineering office.
BASEPLT9 is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis of steel column base plates.
This intuitive and feature rich finite element app is especially useful for civil engineers, mechanical engineers, architects and students who wish to design continuous beams.
ConSteel provides a structural analysis software for the design office mainly involved in constructions of steel and composite structures.
Program suite FIN EC is a great tool for design and static and dynamic analysis of 2D and 3D frame structures.
This intuitive and feature rich finite element app is especially useful for civil engineers, mechanical engineers, architects and students who wish to design 2D frames.
RISA-3D is an accurate tool for creating 3D models of buildings and other beam structures.
RISABase is a handy application that is designed to help structural engineers to analyze the behavior of complex base plate and anchor bolt models.
RISAFloor is a powerful application designed to help you create CAD drawings for structural engineers.
From its 3D object based graphical modeling environment to the wide variety of analysis and design options completely integrated across one powerful user interface, SAP2000 has proven to be the most integrated, productive and practical general purpose structural program on the market today.
This Steel Design App lets you determine the elastic stresses at the top and in the middle of a beam, given the forces on the beam based on the theory of Huber-Hencky.
Stepped column analysis for determining effective lengths and effective length K factors.
Quick and simplified torsion analysis of W, S, M, and HP steel beams.
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