Digital Canal Software Collection 2018 UpDated

Digital Canal Software Collection 2018 [Size 803 MB] ... Retaining Wall: Retaining Wall quickly and easily designs and checks retaining wall systems, including the wall, footing toe and heel and a footing key if necessary. Steel Design: Steel Design software that easily designs or checks steel beams, columns and single span beam- columns using the ASD and LRFD standards. Wind Analysis: Wind software designed to conveniently calculate design wind pressures using ASCE’s “Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures”. Spread Footing: With Spread Footing, footings for hundreds of columns can be designed in less than an hour. VersaFrame: VersaFrame has all the features needed to ‘get the job done’ without becoming overly complex – keeping you in total control. Key features include a sparse matrix solver, automatic area load distribution, fluid loads, load patterning, moving loads, reinforced concrete design, steel design, frequency analysis, P-delta analysis, geometry generator, member elements, plate elements, brick elements and much more.

Concrete Beam Design: Concrete Design software that designs one-way flexural members, including beams, one-way slabs and joists. Concrete Column Design: Concrete Design software that will design or check concrete columns for axial tension, compression and biaxial moments. Timber Design: Design or check any continuous beam or column using the latest building codes (NDS, IBC, ASCE) in just a couple of minutes. Unlimited load and support conditions, automatic load generation and much more… Masonry Wall: Masonry Wall is a design tool for the design of masonry bearing walls, walls that are subject to axial and transverse loads. Frame for AutoCAD: Our Frame Analysis software is the only frame analysis and design program that is truly integrated with AutoCAD.  At the heart of Frame Analysis and Design is the 30+ years proven STRAAD Finite Element engine. Multiple Load Footing: With the Multiple Load Footing program, define combined trapezoidal, strap, or rectangular footings with multiple loads. Shear Wall Analysis: Analyze a building which is laterally supported by shear walls for the shears and moments in each of the shear walls. Static Pile Analysis: Perform vertical and lateral soil-structure interaction analyses for anything from a fence post to a deep pile.  Advanced features include plastic behavior of the soil, skin friction and lateral subgrade reaction that varies with depth.

Pile Group Analysis: Analyze a group of piles for loads in any direction using the same advanced soil-structure model used in the Static Pile program. Piles may be located at different elevations and be battered independently. Pile Cap Analysis & Design: With the Pile Cap program, analyze any pile arrangement and design the pile cap accordingly, including cap thickness, steel requirements, and rebar spacing. Aluminum Design: Design or check aluminum members for axial loads, biaxial bending and deflections.  Supported shapes include wide flanges, tubes, angles, channels, Tees, pipes and double angles. Flat Slab Analysis & Design: Analyze and design flat slab or waffle slab floors.  Flat slabs may have drop panels at columns and columns may have capitals. Composite Steel Design: Design or check encased and composite beams using ASD and LRFD design codes.  Beams can be designed for full or partial composite action. General Section Properties: Calculate the centroidal axis locations, moments of inertia, radius of gyration, section moduli and product moment of inertia for virtually any shape.

Digital Canal Software Collection 2018: Aluminum Design, Composite Steel Design, Concrete Beam, Concrete Column, Flat Slab Analysis and Design, General Section Properties, Group Pile Analysis, Masonry Wall, Multiple Load Footing, Pile Cap Analysis and Design, Retaining Wall, Shear Wall Analysis, Spread Footing, Static Pile Analysis, Steel Design, Timber Design, VersaFrame, Wind Analysis

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