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- From: "Alex C. Nacionales" <anacio(--nospam--at)skyinet.net>
- Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 13:43:36 +0800
I had been using RISA2D and no other 2D software is faster and easier to use. I also checked RISA3D it is also fast, easy to learn and the graphics are great and revising your structure after a analysis is a snap. You should also consider Eaglepoints 2D/3D analysis including their structural seriess softwares like Wind Analysis(ASCE7-95), QUICKWALL,Masonry Design,and many more. The Wind Analysis is really good in getting the wind loading given the different types of structures, terrain conditions,etc. Eaglepoint's 2D/3D Structural analysis program is actually a 2D and 3D program in one package. If you know AUTOCAD then you already know how to start using the software. It has a built-in QUICK MODELER that quicky create many different 3D structural frames like rectangular multistory,all truss types,Dome,Tower,etc. It is not as fast in solution mode as the RISA3D but its graphics input and editing is better. I hope this helps Alex C. Nacionales, C.E. Iloilo City, Philippines
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