This Steel Design App lets you determine the elastic stresses at the top and in the middle of a beam, given the forces on the beam based on the theory of Huber-Hencky. Axial force, double shear and double bending are included.
- Input Mx, My, Mz
- Both US and metric units
- Select an arbitrary beam from our Engineering Libraries app
- Outputs stresses and unity check
- Integration with our Frame Design 2D app.
- Export possibilities
* SteelDesign download link provides freeware version of the software.
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