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).
AndTruss2D is a useful application for linear static analysis of plane trusses with the Finite Element Method.
Beam-Column design, focusing on flexural & axial stresses, including built-up sections not classified as plate girders (per AISC 9th Edition ASD Manual)
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.
BMREINF9 is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis and code checking of steel members with various types of reinforcement configurations.
BridgeLink is an integrated bridge engineering software tool for analysis, design, and load rating.
The BRUFEM program is used to perform automated finite element modeling, analysis, and load rating of highway bridges using a complete 3-D model.
Concise Beam is an easy to use program for the design of precast concrete beams.
Cross Section Analysis and Design can handle structural cross sections that are built up of one or more geometric entities and can be drawn directly using the versatile featured user interface.
CYPECAD was brought about to carry out the analysis and design of reinforced concrete and steel structures, subject to horizontal and vertical forces, for houses, buildings and civil work projects.
EBPlate is a piece of software developed by CTICM with a partial funding of the European Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS). It assesses the critical stresses associated to the elastic buckling of plates loaded in their plan.
Examine2D is a 2-dimensional plane strain indirect boundary element program for the elastic stress analysis of underground excavations.
Fachwerk is aimed at structural engineers who analyse and design reinforced concrete structures.
Fachwerk3D is the spatial version of the program Fachwerk. It intends to simplify the application of discontinuous stress fields and strut-and-tie models.
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