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This presentation details the updates made to CivilFEM software in v17.1
ANSYS has always been a great tool for performing detailed finite element analyses, but did you know one can also directly design steel and concrete structures within ANSYS. Does your job require you to size steel beams or define concrete reinforcement steel? Would you prefer to import beams with AISC or international properties rather than typing in section dimensions? Do you need access to both US and international standards for your building, bridge or nuclear related structure? Would you like the ability to automate concrete design interaction diagrams? If you answered yes to any o
CAE Associates’ Project Manager Eric Stamper guides you through the process of Working with APDL command objects in Workbench.
An overview of CivilFEM for ANSYS software. The presentation includes a discussion of the capabilities of the software and the many types of complex civil engineering structural analyses that can be done within CivilFEM, specifically bridge, geotechnical, nuclear and building design.
An overview of the capabilities of the CivilFEM for ANSYS software for performing analyses of nuclear applications.
An overview of the capabilities of the CivilFEM software for geotechnical analyses - linear, nonlinear, static and dynamic simulations of tunnels, dams, piles, retaining walls and slope stability.
An overview of the capabilities of the CivilFEM software when performing analyses of bridges.
Engineers can use ANSYS and CivilFEM technology to develop more accurate structural analysis models, develop automated analyses to save design time and perform “what if” and design optimization tasks to create more effective use of construction materials.This presentation addresses the many challenges faced by Civil/Structural engineers and how the combination of ANSYS Workbench and CivilFEM can help them meet these challenges.
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