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precast element program

precast element program

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dear all,
does any one used comprehensive program for design and analysis of precast concrete columns and wall panels with prestressed strands and/or rebar, I'm using vertex program but I'm looking for a better program.

RE: precast element program

There are many software apps that can handle prestressed-precast elements. They can easily be found on the web.

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RE: precast element program

The software I use for precast / prestressed walls and columns is LecWall Link

It Does a very complete job of design but requires considerable work on the part of the engineer to find the controlling case. There is no little green check mark that pops up to tell you that everything is OK.

It also does stripping, handling and erection stresses.

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