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Where to find Structural Design Fortran Code

Where to find Structural Design Fortran Code

Where to find Structural Design Fortran Code

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hi. This day I have come to the conclusion that there seems to be a lot of routiones already programmed in Fortran for structural design. However, most ofthe routines are old and difficult to find. I would like to know if there is some site on the internet or book where i could find fortran code for structural design.
Thanks in advence

RE: Where to find Structural Design Fortran Code

You'll probably find that most of these company IP which may never be released on the internet.

RE: Where to find Structural Design Fortran Code

Programming the Finite Element Method by Smith and Griffiths is regularly updated and has full Fortran code.

You could also search my blog (address below) for Frame Analysis for Excel based frame analysis software (all free and open source). The VBA code is based on the Smith and Griffiths book, with optional links to compiled solver routines for big problems. Recently there have been some examples using Python to link the Excel interface to Scipy solvers, which works well.

Doug Jenkins
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http://newtonexcelbach.wordpress.com/

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