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ASDIP Structural Foundation v3.2.3 [Size: 62 MB] ... ASDIP FOUNDATION is structural engineering software utilized by engineers for design of foundations, such as spread footings, strap footings, and combined footings. ASDIP FOUNDATION substantially simplifies time-consuming calculations for structural engineering design. Spread Footing Design: This structural engineering software computes soil bearing pressures induced by a square or rectangular spread concrete footing subject to vertical load and biaxial moment. This structural engineering software analyzes stability of structures for overturning, sliding, and uplift. The software performs concrete design based upon Ultimate Strength Design Method within ACI 318. Load combinations occur per ASCE 7. Columns may be eccentric in two directions. The footing is assumed to be perfectly rigid with constant thickness and rotates about its mass center to maintain equilibrium of forces. A remarkable feature of the ASDIP FOUNDATION software is its ability to determine the soil pressures under the footing with any service load combination including uplift loading. The pressures may also be calculated when only a part of the footing is in contact with soil (partial bearing). These type software advantages are especially useful when a footing with small vertical load and big moments is designed such as a footing at the corner of a building under lateral loads. Input: The required input data includes the footing and column dimensions, materials’ properties, allowable soil bearing pressure, and acting service and factored loads. In addition, the software accepts a number of load cases, such as dead, live, snow, wind, and seismic to be combined internally. Model a single set of pre-combined loads. Output: The program checks the footing stability in overturning, sliding and uplift for the service combined loads, and performs the concrete design, which includes the one-way shear, punching shear and bending for the factored combined loads. In each case the controlling load combination is identified and reported. In case of partial bearing, the software accurately calculates the bearing pressure distribution on the base of the footing. The one-way shear, the punching shear, and the bending moments are calculated based on the bearing pressures under the factored loads. The program uses a sophisticated algorithm based on integrals to find the areas, volumes, and centroids of these irregular resulting geometric shapes. A detailed step-by-step report is available to the touch of a tab, which is updated with every new change. In addition, ASDIP Foundation uses a pre-formated colorful text-with-values output for easier identification of the problem areas. ASDIP Foundation generates a graphical view of the designed footing and the resulting pressures and forces, as shown. The program also generates the moment and the shear plan views for the controlling combination, as well as a view of the construction section and elevation with the reinforcement information.

Strap Footing Design: A strap footing is one that usually supports two columns, and therefore is a special type of combined footing. If a property line exists at or near the edge of an exterior column, an isolated footing would be placed eccentrically under this column and it would tend to tilt. Overturning of the exterior footing is prevented by connecting it with the adjacent interior footing by a strap beam. Since this beam is subjected to a constant shear and a linearly varying moment, which are the characteristics of a cantilever beam, this system is called strap footing or cantilever footing. The use of a strap footing may be justifiable under conditions where the distance between columns is large and a large excavation area must be avoided. It is common practice that the bottom surfaces of the exterior footing, the strap beam, and the interior footing be at the same elevation, but the thickness of each element may be different, depending on the strength requirements. This module computes the soil bearing pressures induced by a cantilever footing under the action of vertical loads and bending moments, per the latest ACI design criteria. It designs the reinforcing steel for the interior and exterior footings, and checks the one-way and two-way shear stresses. In addition, the program generates the shear force and bending moment diagrams in order to design the reinforcement for the strap beam. The concrete design is based on the Ultimate Strength Design Method of the ACI 318. Load combinations per the ASCE 7. Both columns may be eccentric in the longitudinal direction. INPUT: The required input data includes the footings, strap and columns dimensions, the materials’ properties, the allowable soil bearing pressure, and the acting service and factored loads. In addition, the program accepts a number of load cases, such as dead, live, snow, wind and seismic, to be combined internally. Alternatively, you can model a set of pre-combined loads. OUTPUT: This module checks the overall footing stability under the service combined loads and performs the concrete design of the two footings and the strap beam, which includes the one-way shear, punching shear and bending moments under the factored combined loads. In each case the controlling load combination is identified and reported. For a quick overview of the design results click the “At a Glance” tab. A more detailed step-by-step calculations are available at the “Detailed” tab, which is updated with every new change. In addition, ASDIP Foundation uses a pre-formated colorful text-with-values output for easier identification of the problem areas. Use the Print Preview command to see a preview of the pre-formatted report on-screen, which includes the color graphics generated by the software. ASDIP Foundation generates a graphical view of the designed footing and the resulting pressures and forces, as shown. The program also generates the moment and the shear diagrams for the controlling combination, as well as a view of the construction section and elevation with the reinforcement information.

Combined Footing Design: A combined footing is one that usually supports two columns. If a property line exists at or near the edge of an exterior column, an isolated footing would be placed eccentrically under this column and it would tend to tilt. Overturning of the exterior footing is prevented by supporting the two columns on a common footing. The use of a combined footing may be justifiable under conditions where the distance between columns is short and the stability of an exterior isolated footing would be compromised. It is common practice to size the combined footing so that the resulting soil bearing pressure is uniform. To accomplish this, the footing shape is sometimes trapezoidal or rectangular, depending on the loads. A combined footing is usually analyzed as a beam in the longitudinal direction and as a footing in the transverse direction. This module computes the soil bearing pressures induced by a cantilever footing under the action of vertical loads and bending moments, per the latest ACI design criteria. It designs the reinforcing steel, and checks the one-way and two-way shear stresses. In addition, the program generates the shear force and bending moment diagrams in order to design the reinforcement in the longitudinal direction. The concrete design is based on the Ultimate Strength Design Method of the ACI 318. Load combinations per the ASCE 7. INPUT: The required input data includes the footing and columns dimensions, the materials’ properties, the allowable soil bearing pressure, and the acting service and factored loads. In addition, the program accepts a number of load cases, such as dead, live, snow, wind and seismic, to be combined internally. Alternatively, you can input a set of pre-combined loads. OUTPUT: The software checks the footing stability in overturning, sliding and uplift under the service combined loads, and performs the concrete design, which includes the one-way shear, punching shear and bending under the factored combined loads. In each case the controlling load combination is identified and reported. For a quick overview of the design results click the “At a Glance” tab. A more detailed step-by-step calculations are available at the “Detailed” tab, which is updated with every new change. In addition, ASDIP Foundation uses a pre-formated colorful text-with-values output for easier identification of the problem areas. Use the Print Preview command to see a preview of the pre-formatted report on-screen, which includes the color graphics generated by the software. ASDIP Foundation generates a graphical view of the designed footing and the resulting pressures and forces, as shown. The program also generates the moment and the shear diagrams for the controlling combination, as well as a view of the construction section and elevation with the reinforcement information.

ASDIP Retain v3.7.1 [Size: 61.5 MB] ... ASDIP RETAIN is structural engineering software utilized by engineers for design of retaining walls. ASDIP RETAIN is based upon the latest IBC / ACI 318 specifications. ASDIP RETAIN greatly simplifies time-consuming calculations in a structural engineering office. Cantilever Retaining Wall Design: This structural engineering software computes soil bearing pressures and analyzes stability of the structure. In addition, the stem can be either concrete or masonry. It performs concrete design based upon Ultimate Strength Design Method of ACI 318, and the masonry design per MSJC. The lateral pressures are calculated either per Rankine, Coulomb, or Equivalent Fluid theories. Seismic design based upon Mononobe-Okabe approach. Load combinations per latest IBC ASCE 7. Input Data: The input data required includes the geometry of the backfill, stem, toe, heel, and key. In addition, the program accepts a number of load cases, such as surcharge (strap, uniform and/or concentrated), wind, and seismic. The reinforcing steel may be specified and customized using multiple options. In addition, find the steel reinforcement to satisfy the strength requirements of all the controlling load combinations. Conservatively, ignore the soil bearing pressure in the heel design. Output: The program checks the wall stability for the service combined loads and performs the concrete design of the stem, toe, heel and key for the factored combined loads. In each particular case the controlling load combination is identified and reported. A detailed step-by-step report is available to the touch of a tab, which is updated with every new change. In addition, ASDIP Retain uses a pre-formated colorful text-with-values output for easier identification of the problem areas. ASDIP Retain generates a graphical view of the designed retaining wall and the resulting pressures and forces, as shown. The program also generates the moment and the shear diagrams for every load combination, as well as a view of the construction section and elevation with the reinforcement information. Note that the rebars can be easily optimized this way.

Restrained Retaining Wall Design: Retaining structures hold back soil or other loose material where an abrupt change in ground elevation occurs. The retained material or backfill exerts a push on the structure and thus tends to overturn or slide it, or both. Sometimes movement of the wall is restrained at the top, as in a basement. In such a wall, the overturning is prevented. The stem acts as a fix-pin beam and the heel and toe of such a wall act as cantilever beams. Since the wall cannot deflect, the backfill pressure is generally the at-rest condition rather than active condition. The design involves two major steps: the first one is the evaluation of the stability of the whole structure under the service loads, which includes the settlement and sliding failure modes, and the second one is the design of the different components, such as the stem, heel, toe and key, for bending and shear, under the combined factored loads. This structural engineering software computes soil bearing pressures and analyzes the stability of the structure. The stem can be either concrete or masonry. This software performs the concrete design based upon Ultimate Strength Design Method described within ACI 318. The lateral pressures are calculated either per At-rest, Rankine, Coulomb, or Equivalent Fluid theories. Seismic design of the backfill and water table. Load combinations per the latest IBC ASCE 7. Input: The input data required includes the geometry of the backfill, stem, toe, heel and key. In addition, the program accepts a number of load cases, such as surcharge (strap, uniform and/or concentrated), wind and seismic. The reinforcing steel may be specified and customized using multiple options. Output: This structural engineering software checks wall stability for service combined loads and performs strength design of stem, toe, heel, and key for factored combined loads. In each software calculation controlling load combination is identified and reported. A detailed step-by-step report is available in page tabs. All page tabs are updated with every design change. ASDIP RETAIN uses preformatted, colorful, text-with-values output for easy identification of design defects. ASDIP RETAIN generates a graphical view of designed retaining wall and resulting pressures and forces. This structural engineering software generates the moment and the shear diagrams for every load combination and including the construction section and elevation with steel reinforcement information. Rebar can be optimized.

ASDIP Structural Concrete v3.3.5 [Size: 64 MB] ... ASDIP CONCRETE is structural engineering software utilized by engineers for design of structural concrete members, such as columns, continuous beams, and bearing walls. ASDIP CONCRETE substantially simplifies time-consuming calculations for structural engineering design. ASDIP CONCRETE FEATURES: Simple and efficient graphical user interface. + Complete control of every single aspect of design. + Impress clients and plan-checkers with eye-catching reports. + Design concrete members in minutes (not hours). + Confidently optimize your design and comply with design Code provisions. + Software finds controlling combination for each condition to optimize design. + Verify every step of a design quickly. Not a “black box”. + Versatility to model a full set of load combinations or just a single load. + No silly assumptions or math shortcuts. Reliable, accurate results. + Design multiple types of beams, columns, and walls fast and reliably. + Sort results per span number and load combination for granular design check. + Generate the interaction, moment, and shear diagrams by click of the mouse. + Focus on engineering and let ASDIP CONCRETE handle mathematical complexity. + Any Windows® Operating System. No additional software required. Full compliance with: IBC 12 + ACI 318-11 + Graphic display of interaction diagram in columns and walls. + Graphic display of shear and moment diagram in beams. + Customizable design criteria, options and conditions. + Multiple options to model the geometry, loads and rebars. + Combined text-with-values output update with each design change. Three different units systems available: US (in, ft, Kip, ksi) + SI (cm, m, N, MPa) + MKS (cm, m, Tn, Kg/cm2). Outstanding high-quality output with Print Preview. + Multiple calculations under a single project file. + Project Manager handles calculations and file management. + At-a-Glance, Condensed, and Detailed calculation tabs. + Step-by-step calculations with formulas exposed. + Multiple loading of dead, live, roof live, snow, wind, and seismic. + Detailed calculation of magnified moments in columns and walls. ASDIP CONCRETE contains a COLUMN DESIGN module. Now structural engineers can work cost-effectively to design circular or rectangular concrete columns based upon a combination of biaxial bending moments and axial loading. All software calculations are based upon ACI design criteria and Ultimate Strength Design Method. This structural engineering software calculates magnified moments due to slenderness and generates capacity axial-moment interaction diagram. Input: The required input data is organized on tabbed pages. The column cross-section may be rectangular or circular. The slenderness condition is considered by specifying the effective member length and if the column is sway or non-sway. This structural engineering software utilizes either the actual parabolic concrete stress-strain curve or the simplified equivalent rectangular one. The steel may consider strain hardening region. The loads may be modeled as part of the dead, live, roof live, snow, wind, and seismic load cases. If necessary, the moments are internally magnified and the program combines the loads per specified load combinations. Output: The output results are organized on tabbed pages. This structural engineering software calculates magnified moments and axial loads for all the specified load combinations. The 3D capacity interaction diagram is accurately calculated based on the geometry and reinforcement for biaxial columns. The moment magnification process is detailed and reported for a granular check of the design. The values that fail the design criteria are highlighted in red for easy to identify.

Concrete Beam Design: Beams are structural elements that support loads applied transversely, and therefore they mostly resist bending moments, as well as shear forces. Concrete beams are usually continuous, this is, they span between several supports. A common example of a T-beam occurs at the interior bay of a building floor, where a portion of the slab acts together with the projecting beam web. A beam at the border of the floor is called a spandrel beam. The program performs the design of a multi-span rectangular, T, or inverted-T concrete beam when subjected to a combination of bending and shear loading, based on the latest ACI design criteria and the Ultimate Strength Design Method. Multiple options are included to model the beam geometry and loads, as well as the reinforcing steel. Input: The required input data is organized on tabbed pages at the left half of the screen. The beam cross section may be either rectangular, T, spandrel, inverted-T, or L. A maximum of five spans may be modeled and two cantilevers. The end supports may be either pinned or fixed. This structural engineering software uses either the actual parabolic concrete stress-strain curve, or the simplified equivalent rectangular one. The steel considers the strain hardening region. Distributed and concentrated loads may be modeled as part of the dead, live, roof live, and snow load cases. The program internally combines the applied loads per the specified load combinations. Output: The output results are organized on tabbed pages. This structural engineering software calculates moments and shears along the beam for all the specified load combinations. The capacity is accurately calculated based upon geometry and reinforcement considering the moment gradient due to the development length of all the reinforcing bars. This structural engineering software allows to show the beam per span number and per load combination, for a granular check of the whole design process. The construction graph shows a scaled sketch of the beam elevation with information of the reinforcement.

Concrete Bearing Wall Design: Bearing walls are structural compression members which also may resist out-of-plane lateral loads. The resulting moments are referred to as weak-axis bending. A tilt-up wall panel exposed to wind is an example of this type of wall. Per ACI, bearing walls may be designed as compression members using the strength design provisions for flexure and axial loads, like columns. Any wall may be designed by this method and no minimum wall thicknesses are prescribed. As with columns, the design of walls is difficult without the use of design aids. Wall design is further complicated by the fact that slenderness is a consideration in practically all cases. The ACI Moment Magnification method is generally used to account for the slenderness effects. This structural engineering software performs design of concrete bearing wall when subjected to a combination of weak-axis bending moments and axial loading. All calculations are based upon the latest ACI design criteria and the Ultimate Strength Design Method. This structural engineering software calculates magnified moments due to slenderness and generates the capacity axial-moment interaction diagram. A multi-story wall may also be modeled. Input: The required input data is organized on tabbed pages. The wall section is rectangular with either one or two curtains of reinforcement. A parapet may be specified or the wall may be continuous at top. In this latter case, the load from the upper floor is accounted for by setting the uniform load eccentricity as zero. This structural engineering software uses the actual parabolic concrete stress-strain curve rather than the simplified equivalent rectangular one. The steel considers the strain hardening region. The loads may be modeled as part of the dead, live, roof live, snow, and wind load cases. The moments are internally magnified and the program combines the loads per the specified load combinations. Output: The output results are organized on tabbed pages. This structural engineering software calculates magnified moments and axial loads for all the specified load combinations. The capacity interaction diagram is accurately calculated based on the geometry and reinforcement. The moment magnification process is detailed and reported for a granular check of the design. The values that fail the design criteria are highlighted in red for easy to identify.

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ASDIP Structural Steel v4.1.5 [Size: 9 MB] ... ASDIP STEEL is structural engineering software utilized by engineers for design of steel base plate, steel and composite beam, steel columns, and other structural steel members. ASDIP STEEL is based upon the latest AISC specifications (AISC 360). ASDIP STEEL substantially simplifies time-consuming calculations for structural engineering design. Now ASDIP STEEL includes the ACI and AISC seismic provisions. Load combinations per ASCE 7-05 or 10.

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ASDIP Steel v3.8.6 [Size: 4.7 MB] ... ASDIP STEEL is structural engineering software utilized by engineers for design of steel base plate, steel and composite beam, steel columns, and other structural steel members. ASDIP STEEL is based upon the latest AISC specifications (AISC 360). ASDIP STEEL substantially simplifies time-consuming calculations for structural engineering design. Steel Base Plate Design: Base plates are elements required at the end of columns to distribute the concentrated load of the column over a much larger area of the material that supports it. The design of column base plates involves two main considerations: One, spread the load so as to maintain the bearing pressures under the allowable values, and the second is with the connection, or anchorage, of the base plate and column to the concrete foundation. The program performs the elastic design of a column steel base plate resting on a concrete support and subjected to any combination of axial load and bending moment, including uplift loading. The moment is assumed acting about the strong axis of a steel column welded to the plate. In addition, this program computes and checks the maximum bearing stress on the support, as well as the tension and shear forces per rod. The column may be eccentrically placed on the concrete support. For axially loaded base plates, such as those in frames assumed to be pinned at the base, the program is based on either the cantilever model or the Thornton method covered in the AISC Manual 14th Edition. For base plates with moment, two design theories are considered: a) For plates assumed rigid, the strain compatibility is enforced in accordance with the Blodgett method (“Design of Welded Structures”). b) For plates assumed flexible, the strain compatibility is ignored in accordance with the DeWolf method (“AISC.Design Guides # 1, Second Edition”). For columns subjected to axial tension or uplift, the Murray method is used. The anchor rods are designed per the latest provisions of the ACI 318 Appendix D “Anchoring to Concrete”, and includes checks for all failure modes in both tension and shear, interaction effects, and reinforcing design. Shear lugs can be designed as well. The input data required includes the plate, column and pier dimensions, the distance from rods to center of column, the materials properties and the acting service loads. Select the column properties and the anchor rod material from the built-in databases.

Steel & Composite Beam Design: Beams are structural members that mostly work in bending and shear as a result of transverse loading. Other terms such as girders, joists, purlins, stringers, girts and lintels are often used. The compression flange, which is attached to the web in the plane of the beam, may or may not be laterally braced, thus the buckling concepts of compression members apply to beams as well. Composite action is developed when two load-carrying structural elements, such as a concrete floor slab and its supporting steel beams, are integrally connected and deflect as a single unit. The stiffness of a composite floor is substantially greater than that of a concrete floor and its supporting beams acting independently. In addition, a 20 to 30% savings in steel weight is often possible by taking full advantage of a composite system. Since the concrete slab exists anyway and the shear connectors are inexpensive and easy to install, it is structurally advisable to use composite construction whenever possible. This module performs the design of a simply supported, either interior or border, either steel or composite beam subjected to distributed and concentrated loads. Two cantilevers may be modeled. The program computes the maximum bending moment, shear force, and vertical deflection induced by the applied loads, and compares them against the beam strength. The program computes the number and spacing of the shear studs or connectors required to develop either partial or full composite action, as well as the required camber. The software is based on the AISC ASD/LRFD methodology and calculates the shear and flexure strengths according to the AISC 360-10 Specifications (14th Ed. Manual). Either service or factored loads may be specified. For composite beams, a simple click opens a new tab to enter the corresponding information. Steel Column Design: A steel column is a structural member which mostly works in compression and bending and only very short columns can be axially loaded to their yield stress. Often buckling, or sudden bending as a result of instability, occurs prior to developing the full material strength. This module performs the design of a steel column subjected to axial load and bending moments about its two principal axes. The program is based on the AISC ASD/LRFD methodology and checks the axial, bending, and combined stresses according to the AISC 360-10 Specifications (14th Ed. Manual). Either service or factored loads may be specified. Two types of procedures may be followed in order to calculate the required strength and the design requirements, depending on the source of the loads entered as input data: a) Second-Order Analysis, which considers the P-Delta and P-delta effects. No further load magnification is required. b) Amplified First-Order Analysis. In this case the program will calculate the amplified moments based on the information provided, to account for the slenderness effects.

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