GSA Building is the ultimate building design software, steel structure design software and steel structure analysis program.
Structural design software for analysing and designing reinforced concrete beams, slabs, columns and piles.
This Proforma calculates the section properties of an irregular shaped cross section by co-ordinate geometry.
This spreadsheet calculates the secondary effects (bending moments and shear forces) produced by the releasing moment from differential temperature effects on a continuous beam.
Slope is feature rich and will aid in the assessment of slopes and the design of engineering solutions for slope stability problems
Ftool provides a simple analysis program that merges, in the same interface, resources for effective creation and manipulation of the model, linked to a fast and effective code for visualization of the results.
This Proforma calculates the section properties, using co-ordinate geometry, of an irregular shaped cross section containing voids.
GSA Bridge is easy-to-use bridge analysis software automatically sifts through the multiplicity of possible moving loads to find exactly which the crucial ones for your structure are.
Frew enables engineers to define and solve even the most complex embedded retaining wall design problems quickly.
SVHEAVE is a modeling tool that simplifies the calculation of soil heave for swelling clays.
Pdisp is for engineers who need software for soil displacement analysis, soil settlement calculations and soil displacement design.
Section properties of a riveted plate girder to BD 56/10 and BS5400-3:2000 with facility to allow for corroded elements.
Calculates bar lengths for standard bar shapes and produces summaries of lengths and weights for bar types and diameters.
Solve your geotechnical problem with powerful two-dimensional geotechnical finite element design software.
AdSec is ideal for tasks such as analysing a bridge beam for cracking under load, designing a composite mega column, checking a pre-stressed floor or finding the capacity of a pile.
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