2D Frame Analysis is a powerfull application which uses optimized finite elements (beam elements) in order to perform static analysis of beams, frames and trusses.
Quick and simplified torsion analysis of W, S, M, and HP steel beams.
Implementation of the familiar Hardy-Cross pipe distribution algorithm.
With Truss Explorer you can easily create quotation or manufacturing documentation for the entire project.
An easy to use continuous beam analysis program for the Microsoft Windows platform.
Stand alone software version of the pavement design portion of the CE CALC website. Runs on the Windows . NET platform. Performs civil engineering calculations for traffic/road geometry, surveying/earthwork, pavement, concrete floors and unit c
Analysis of seismic loading per IBC2009 Code (and ASCE 7-05), using Equivalent Lateral Force method.
Advance Design is a complete integrated analysis / design software dedicated to engineers.
Influence Line diagrams for bending moments at critical sections in a single or multi-span continuous beam.
ROOFDECK is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis and design of roofs with steel deck.
BMREINF9 is a spreadsheet program written in MS-Excel for the purpose of analysis and code checking of steel members with various types of reinforcement configurations.
A Plane Frame Analysis for bending moments, axial and shears forces in a plane frame structure under point loads, UDL's, linearly varying distributed loads (soil pressures) and moments.
GEO5 is a suite of programs for geotechnical analysis. The software package includes individual programs that are closely linked to each other and run in the same environment.
Slide is the most comprehensive slope stability analysis software available, complete with finite element groundwater seepage analysis, rapid drawdown, sensitivity and probabilistic analysis and support design.
This is a small engineering tool that calculates member forces and support reactions of a continuous beam. It is based on CBA. m for matlab/octave by Colin Caprani
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