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Which is the best structural analysis software for design a 35 storey concrete shear wall building ?

Which is the best structural analysis software for design a 35 storey concrete shear wall building ?

Which is the best structural analysis software for design a 35 storey concrete shear wall building ?

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I'm currently looking at SCIA, ETABS and ROBOT as the options available through my company.

I've heard good and bad reports about all 3, but havent used them myself and am trying to make a fully informed choice.

The options are all current versions, and I'm hoping to use a product which has a friendly user interface.

Does anyone have any opinion on these software products ?

All responses appreciate.

UK based Chartered Civil and Structural Engineer

RE: Which is the best structural analysis software for design a 35 storey concrete shear wall building ?

I think MIDAS Gen will be a good idea as it has many features

RE: Which is the best structural analysis software for design a 35 storey concrete shear wall building ?

ETABS is a commonly employed software offering.

I like to debate structural engineering theory -- a lot. If I challenge you on something, know that I'm doing so because I respect your opinion enough to either change it or adopt it.

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