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SOFTWARE :EngiLab Frame.2D
DEVELOPER :EngiLab
VERSION :3.5
PLATFORM :Windows
FILE SIZE :83.45 MB
LICENSE :Trial
DOWNLOADS :UserDownloads:2679
EngiLab Frame.2D Description

EngiLab Frame.2D is a powerful engineering software for the linear static analysis of plane (2D) frames for Windows. The program features a fast, rich and intuitive user interface for pre-processing and post-processing. It uses the Finite Element Method (FEM) for its analysis purposes, with 3 Degrees of Freedom per Node. It calculates Node Displacements, Support Reactions and Element End Forces. It can draw the Free Body Diagram, Model Deformation, Axial Force, Shear Force and Bending Moment Diagrams of the Structure.

MODELING CAPABILITIES

  • Full compatibility with any consistent system of units (Metric, Imperial, etc) - No limitations on units
  • 3 Degrees Of Freedom (DOFs) per Node (X-, Y-Displacements, Z-Rotation)
  • Analysis of 1D Multi-span (continuous) Beams, 2D Frames, 2D Trusses
  • Built-in Section Properties Calculator for most standard sections
  • Any type of constraints (DX, DY, RZ) and Springs is supported
  • Rotation releases (hinges) at start and/or end of Elements
  • Nodal Loads (FX, FY, MZ)
  • Uniform or Linear varying Loads along any Element
  • Body (Acceleration) Loads (e.g. Gravity - Self Weight)

ANALYSIS RESULTS - CALCULATIONS

  • Node X-, Y-Displacements and Z-Rotation
  • Element End Forces (Axial Force, Shear Force, Bending Moment)
  • Support Reactions
  • Full analysis report in Rich Text Format (RTF) containing all the above results plus the six pictures (Model, N, V, M, Deformation and Free Body Diagram)
  • Full self-validation of the Analysis results (Sum of FX, FY Forces, Sum of Bending Moments should be all zero)

GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE - DRAWINGS

  • Easily editable (with a text editor such as Notepad) input file
  • Modern, easy-to-use and powerful Graphical User Interface for Pre- and Post-Processing (Zoom, Pan features, Mouse middle button and wheel support)
  • Import of DXF Drawings as Analysis Models
  • Drawing of diagrams with automatic scaling support and showing intermediate values on screen.
  • Drawing of the Model Deformation with automatic scaling support and showing intermediate deformation values on screen.
  • Drawing of the Free Body Diagram (F) picture which shows the Model, all the forces (external forces and support reactions) and the Model equilibrium.

* EngiLab Frame.2D download link provides trial version of the software.

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