Estru3D is a Program for structural analisys using the Stiffness Matrix Method. It has its own graphical interface and full GUI. Now beign translated to english. It is developed in Gambas3 basic only.
The author is a constructions engineer from the Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina. The development of this program began in the year 1997, but only in 2002 it was published as freeware software in a BETA version, in order to accelerate its progress. There is no scheduled date for the release of the commercial version, but these will be some of its capabilities:
- Higher calculation speed
- Visual design of structures
- Verification of compressed bars when buckling
- Determination of envelopes
- Simulation of earthquakes
* Estru3D download link provides gnu general public license version of the software.
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