ENERCALC Structural Engineering Library v6.16.8.31 [Size: 233.4 MB] ... The core of ENERCALC are calculation modules. Dating back to 1983 when the Structural Engineering Library was released as a set of spreadsheet templates, our modules are designed as “fill-in-the-blanks” style of interactive programs. Simply type in a value and the resulting analysis or design is instantly there for your review.

All modules in Version 6 conform to IBC 2006/2009/2012/2015, CBC 2007/2010/2013, ASCE 7-05/7-10, ACI 318-05/08/11/14, ACI 530-05/08/11/12, AISC 360-10, NDS 2015, 2012 & 2005.
The calculation module list is an ever-expanding set of structural calculations that provide analysis and design for the elements of a building. As requests are received from our users we develop additional modules ... and make use of the proven steel, concrete, timber, finite element analysis, and other engineering “solvers” we have developed.

Essential to any project are the standard construction products that the engineer will employ to develop the final structure. ENERCALC provides databases of all typical rolled steel sections, sawn wood and engineered lumber sections, material grades for steel and wood and small databases for concrete block and rebar. In addition the user can create their own steel section databases and also mark “favorite” items in all databases to simplify the work according to their most frequent needs.

ENERCALC software provides well designed calculation reports for all of its modules. Using the full capabilities of modern printers we combine highly readable font styles with well laid out calculation reports and integrated graphics.

The goal of our reports is to provide clarity and efficiency. This benefits the reviewing engineer and governmental plan check reviewer by providing well laid out, concise and thorough report that details the structural design. New technology has given us the gift of low cost color on printouts, and this benefits us all by allowing us to incorporate contrasting colors to call attention to warnings or overstress conditions.
All printouts conform to 8.5” x 11” typical United States paper sizes, and the user is also free to customize title block layouts and add company logos and a P.E. seal.