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Any software of prestressed concrete design

Any software of prestressed concrete design

Any software of prestressed concrete design

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I heard that there is one ??? where ?.

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

Try the products available from Integrated Engineering Software:

www.iesweb.com

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

I can't vouch for it, but there is a specialized prestressed program called Presto.  Try www.leapsoft.com/presto.asp

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

The ultimate prestressed design software is from the CPCI (Canadian Precast Concrete Institute) website www.cpci.ca

Click on "software" and follow the links.  The CONCISE software allows you to analyze or design a precast reinforced or prestressed beam element using either ACI or the Canadian Code.  It has been in use for many years now and is a workhorse program that gives reliable results.

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

Few years ago I was using CONCISE during three years. It´s excellent.

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

Have a look The RAPT (analysis and design package for reinforced and post-tensioned concrete structural systems), which as I'm known is the quite powerful package.

But It cost much!!!

http://www.raptsoftware.com/

RE: Any software of prestressed concrete design

The DIANA code from TNO has an industry-leading concrete material modelling capability, as well as general purpose and "traditional" FE modelling tools. I've been using it for some time now, and I'm very, very impressed with it. If you're interested in cracking/crushing, embedded reinforcements, phased analysis, etc. then this is the civil code to own. Take a look at:

http://www.tnodiana.com/

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