2D Frame Analysis is a powerfull application which uses optimized finite elements (beam elements) in order to perform static and dynamic analysis of beams, frames and trusses. Its versatile interface as well as its easy customization make it a leader-product in frame analysis.
- Use of highly flexible, general, finite element method
- Static and dynamic analysis of multi span beams, 2D trusses and 2D frames
- Modal analysis and eigenvalues estimation
- User controlled damping coefficient
- Mode superposition method in order to calculate the dynamic response
- Automatic creation of consistent mass matrix (Engissols patent)
- Multi-step dynamic analysis which is fully customized
- User controlled step and time parameters
- Definition of time-dependent loading on elements and nodes
- Unlimited number of Nodes and Beams
- 3 Degrees of freedom per Node, 6 per Beam
- Supports all major measure units
- All type of boundary conditions (fixed, rollers, etc. )
- Translational and rotational spring supports
- Initial displacement and speed conditions
- Extremely easy model creation, no need to first define nodes and then elements, nodes are produced automatically
- Consideration of thermal loads
* 2D Frame Analysis Dynamic Edition download link provides demo version of the software.
2D Frame Analysis is a powerfull application which uses optimized finite elements (beam elements) in order to perform static analysis of beams, frames and trusses.
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