Archie-M was designed to help engineers to assess arch bridges. It is not like other programs. It is designed from the start to encourage users to explore possibilities when analysing arches rather than simply ask for a result.
Was designed to help engineers (and the author first of all) to assess arch bridges. It is not like other programs. It is designed from the start to encourage users to explore possibilities when analysing arches rather than simply ask for a result. The first version of Archie was sold to the Northern Ireland DoE in 1985. The market grew to about 160 users by 1995 but lack of care nearly led to closure in 1999. OBVIS Ltd was formed then to build a new Archie which we call Archie-M.
The demo pack includes the current version of Archie-M along with various associated files. There is a pdf copy of the manual and some other documents. This program will install on an individual PC or can be set up on a server where it will serve up to 5 concurrent users.
* Archie-M download link provides demo version of the software.
The modified MEXE analysis to BD 21/01 and BA 16/97 for single span masonry arch with option for axle lift-off.
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