Multiframe 3D

Multiframe 3D 13.0

Multiframe 3D is a powerful tool designed for 3D structural analysis
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Multiframe 3D is a powerful tool designed for 3D structural analysis.
Main Features :
- 3D modelling and visualisation
- Totally graphical interface
- Linear, non-linear and buckling analysis
- Data exchange to and from AutoCAD and Excel

Fast and accurate structural analysis is the foundation of all computer aided structural design. Multiframe helps you get the results you require by providing powerful, yet easy to use, modelling, analysis and design capabilities.

Multiframe's 3D tools give you an exceptionally powerful and flexible means of creating, analyzing and examining results for your structures. A built in range of methods to automatically construct geometry, restraints, materials and loading conditions lets you concentrate on the problem at hand, not on the software you are working with. Although Multiframe offers ease of use and a completely graphical working environment, it also provides all the computational power you need for complex structural analysis.

All types of framed structures may be modeled and can include special structural features such as springs, prescribed displacement, member releases and pinned joints. Because Multiframe is designed to work the way you do, it offers automatic factoring of load cases, automatic inclusion of self weight and a range of commands to automate the generation of regular geometry such as continuous beams, curved beams, trusses and high rise frames.

Multiframe's built in library of common structural shapes let you analyze steel, concrete or timber frames. You can include sections made from any other material or automatically include sections designed using Section Maker.

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John Luveniyali

John Luveniyali Had been using this since Uni days. Want to have trail version to brush up on my design.

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