The program will help engineers to design safe masonry buildings in the seismic regions of Europe. This development was initiated by the introduction of Eurocode 6 and 8 in Europe. These standards have become mandatory in the European Union starting from March 2010, and they enforce strong rules for masonry buildings in seismic regions. AmQuake is using pushover analysis and the equivalent frame method to check the seismic safety of masonry buildings in a graphical user friendly environment.
Demo version is automatically included in the program. The unregistered / unpaid version of the program automatically starts in the demo mode. The demo mode is limited to 10 frame elements. This limitation does not restrict the examples included in the installation.
- Brick choice - Select your masonry unit from the catalogue of Wienerberger products.
- CAD building floor plan directly imported via DXF
- Seismic assessment using pushover analysis
- Based on Eurocode 2, 6, and 8
- Localized into 11 European versions and translated into 14 languages
* AmQuake download link provides demo version of the software.
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