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CADRE Pro 6.3

CADRE Pro 6.3

CADRE Pro 6.3

Version 6 has been updated with several user requested changes.  Among these are_
-Complete suite of model checking and correcting tools.
-Revised methods for distributing loads onto the structure
-Several new model editing methods
-Beam division can be by global coordinate value rather than just by proportion.
-New circular stress envelope can be used for circular tubes and bars
-Circular sections are automatically detected with imported sections and older files.
-The element library is enhanced with better control of plate visibility with both opacity and edge line control.  
-The element library copy/paste operation allows pasting of standard beam properties to pinned (or eccentric) beams without changing the pin (or offset) properties.
-Section properties for American steel, aluminum and European steel have been updated and expanded.
-The beam joining feature has been refined with the addition of two user controllable adjustment parameters (see: Options/Settings/Beams tab)
-Revised the legacy file reader to resolve a problem where very old archived files (prior to 1998) could not be read.  These files are now readable in CADRE Pro 6 although some manual modifications may be required for property definitions.
-Provided the option to use either group names or property names in results output (see the Options/Settings/Results tab).
-Due to popular requests expanded the text file import and export for load files to include also the inertia and mass files for dynamic models.
-Revised the way load vectors are resolved when models are rotated, cloned with rotation, or merged with rotated orientations.  The load vector orientation is now transformed to remain consistent with the rotated, cloned, or merged model  

Jim Haynes

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