The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Bridge and Structures Office’s Barlist program is used to estimate the weight of steel reinforcement bars used in a bridge structure and to assist in the creation of barlist drawings for bridge project contract plans. This software has been developed for the Alternate Route Project. Version 4 features an Explorer-style interface for managing reinforcement groups and bar records, an interactive bend guide for selecting bend diagrams, and support for third party add-in components.
Barlist is licensed with the Alternate Route Open Source License.
Barlist 4. 0 includes:
- A Microsoft-Explorer-Style main form.
- An intuitive bar entry form.
- The ability to add, delete, cut, copy, and paste bars within groups.
- Utilize barlist files used in Barlist versions 2 and 3.
- An integrated bend guide.
- The ability to create and manage collaborative barlist projects.
- A "Welcome" wizard to get your projects off to a quick start.
- The ability to view and create printed reports of the barlist.
- The ability to sequentially renumber a selection of bars.
- Real-time error and warning messages.
- Program extensibility through the development of add-ins.
* Barlist download link provides alternate route open source license version of the software.
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