25 Aug 2013

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Civil and Structural Engineering Software

Software Resources (free civil engineering software)

New  1. Free CAD Version Converter 3.00
CAD Version Converter allows you to convert AutoCAD drawing files (DWG and DXF) between different versions without the need of AutoCAD. Supported versions range from AutoCAD R2.5 to AutoCAD 2005. You may convert your old drawing files of lower version to higher version, or convert your drawing files of higher version to lower version to solve compatibility issue. Batch conversion feature is available. CAD Version Converter is freeware! More...  

New 2. Free DWG Viewer 5.4 Release

Free DWG viewer is based on IGC’s Brava!® Desktop technology, and features open, view and measure support for AutoCAD DWG, DWF, DXF and IGC’s secure CSF format. More...  

New 3. BeamBoy Beam Analysis Tool Version 2.2

BeamBoy is a utility for calculating engineering stress and deflection in structural beams and shafts. BeamBoy is freeware and is available for download. More...  

New 4. BDES for Advance sections

This program designs and analyses composite and non-composite beams under distributed and/or point loading. Both edge and internal beams are covered employing the new Advance™ range of sections. Shear connectors may be welded studs or Hilti HVB shear connectors. Designs are given to BS5950: Part 1(2000) and Part 3(1990), Eurocode 3(ENV 1993-1-1) and Eurocode 4(ENV 1994-1-1). Design of openings in webs of beams is covered by SCI Publication P068: Design for openings in the webs of composite beams (1989) and is available for designs to BS5950 only. More...  

New 5. Free SLFFEA-Free Finite Element Analysis

SLFFEA stands for San Le's Free Finite Element Analysis. It is a package of scientific software and graphical user interfaces for use in finite element analysis. It is written in ANSI C by San Le and distributed under the terms of the GNU license. More...  

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