StruCalc 8. 0 is the next generation of structural analysis software. The intuitive interface combined with the power to design multiple span members using steel, wood, flitch beams or manufactured lumber propels StruCalc ahead of the competition.
Created in 1993 for StruCalc engineers own in-office use, StruCalc is now used by people around the world; our users include architects, building officials, engineers, home designers, and private home owners building or remodeling their own homes. Since the early 90s, StruCalc has been improved and upgraded based on our design experience and the needs of our customers. Today it includes eleven separate design modules, four diagrams, easy to read one page printouts, and an upgrade system that allows older project files to be easily ported into new versions of our software.
All you have to do is know the loads acting on the beam you are working on and the type of beam it is. StruCalc makes it easy to choose a design module with relevant modules for each design issue. Uniformly loaded beams, square, round, rectangular and continuous footings, roof beams, combination roof and floor beams, multi-loaded multi-span beams, multi-span floor beams, multi-span roof beams, floor joists, roof rafters, columns and collar ties are all available in StruCalc.
* StruCalc download link provides demo version of the software.
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