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Our firm has also used on numerous occasions SAP2000 Non-Linear for the analysis of actual steel moment frames needing to be designed and checked for DoD and GSA progressive collapse requirements.  For even more refined (nitty gritty stuff), we have been involved with projects using LSDYNA.


Feel free to call me directly for more details.  Hope this is helpful.


Take Care,


Henry Gallart, S.E.

Sr. Vice President

SidePlate Systems, Inc.

 23332 Mill Creek Drive, Ste 205
Laguna Hills, CA 92653

Tel: 949-305-7889

Tel: 800-475-2077

Fax: 949-305-6395


From: cairo briceño [mailto:cobdel(--nospam--at)]
Sent: Friday, November 21, 2008 4:02 PM
To: seaint(--nospam--at)
Subject: Progressive collapse


Dear list members,

I have a simple question. Any suggestion about the best software to perform a progressive collapse analysis? The structure is a architectural stylish high rise building with all the irregularities you can imagine.
Thank you for advise.

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