Concise Beam is an easy to use program for the design of precast concrete beams. Concise Beam will perform a load analysis and design checks in accordance with the latest edition of ACI 318, CSA A23. 3 & S6, AS3600, or NZ3101. 1. Key code parameters can be customized to simulate other design codes. The beam can be conventionally reinforced, partially or fully pretensioned. It can model any cross-sectional shape and will allow the cross-section to vary prismatically (step-wise) over the length of the beam. A graphical editor allows the user to describe any cross-section, including voids.
Concise Beam currently works in two-dimensions but will also account for torsion along the beam. The user can work in metric or U. S. Customary (Imperial) units, with a variety of individual units (i. e. mm, cm, m), and switch back and forth at will. Libraries of industry standard cross-sections and materials are provided with Concise Beam. The standard libraries can be modified, extended and customized by the user.
After downloading and installing Concise Beam it will work for 30 days as an unlicensed Evaluation Version. This lets you try it out before buying it. To continue to use Concise Beam after the evaluation period you must purchase a license and obtain a license key from Black Mint to unlock the program.
* Concise Beam download link provides trial version of the software.
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