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- From: youngkj(--nospam--at)mail.dwconst.co.kr
- Date: Thu, 5 Feb 1998 17:47:21 +0900
Abdi Thanks for your information. EWS stans for Engineering Workstation and strong and weak axis means for the material. For 2-D frame, the yielding surface is used for strong axis of material by AISC-LRFD code. But for 3-d frame, the yielding surface for weak axis has to be found in calculation of stress ratio. I knew about ASCE-WRC(1971) and Duan & Chen's functions but don't know which code is more accurate and easy to apply for computation. And I've heard about the CANNY-R program but never experienced. The multispring element for the materlal are used. But I don't know the efficiency for that. I want to know the information about the hardware requirements, computation efficiency and easiness for use. Your information will be helpful for me. Thanks in advance. Youngkyu Ju Daewoo Institute of Construction Technology, R.E.
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