Program Type: Shareware
Release date: 2015-10-17
Construction of arbitrary 2D cross-sections. Geometric, Elastic and Plastic Section properties. Elastic and Plastic Bending Analysis. Fully Programmable. Integrates with Excel or Matlab.
Structures Office L.L.C is a new company, with the objective of offering a product which extends the Microsoft Office Suite for Structural Analysts.
In Release 1.0, Structures Office supports construction of arbitrary cross-sections, computes area, elastic, and plastic section properties. Performs elastic and plastic bending analysis. Plastic analysis is performed by a numerical method, as well as Cozzone's method.
The program can be run stand-alone, or may be embedded inside of Excel, where it can be driven with VBA to greatly extend Excel spreadsheet analysis. It may also be used with any tool which can communicate through COM, this includes MATLAB, MATHCAD, Active Perl, ActivePython.
Geometry is defined with Non-Uniform Rational B-splines (NURBS). Written entirely in C++, it offers excellent performance, and works with advanced graphics cards.
Training is provided through a set of on-line very detailed video tutorials at www.structuresoffice.com.
This is just the first release, stay tuned for regular additions of new features, thin-walled section analysis, truss analysis, joint analysis, and much more!
Keywords: Cross Section Properties, Elastic Section Properties, Elastic Section Modulus, Plastic Section Modulus, K factor, Elastic Moment Capacity, Plastic Moment Capacity, Elastic Bending, Plastic Bending, Radius of Gyration, Moments of Inertia ,Plastic
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