Civil Engineering softwares

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To be a good engineer there are many skills you have to develop. Engineering is dynamic and the focus is on having the necessary technical skills and ability to carry out your job. Be more practical, expertise and patient.

I'll review some programs that I've practiced on recently :


1- SAP-2000 : It's on of the CSI softwares, is general-purpose civil-engineering software ideal for the analysis and design of any type of structural system. Basic and advanced systems, ranging from 2D to 3D, of simple geometry to complex, may be modeled, analyzed, designed, and optimized using a practical and intuitive object-based modeling environment that simplifies and streamlines the engineering process. SAP2000 is also an excellent medium for education, but also insight into structural engineering philosophy .

CSI's website



2- ETAPS : It's an engineering software product that caters to multi-story building analysis and design. Modeling tools and templates, code-based load prescriptions, analysis methods and solution techniques, all coordinate with the grid-like geometry unique to this class of structure. Basic or advanced systems under static or dynamic conditions may be evaluated using ETABS. For a sophisticated assessment of seismic performance, modal and direct-integration time-history analyses may couple with P-Delta and Large Displacement effects. Nonlinear links and concentrated PMM or fiber hinges may capture material nonlinearity under monotonic or hysteretic behavior. Intuitive and integrated features make applications of any complexity practical to implement. Interoperability with a series of design and documentation platforms makes ETABS a coordinated and productive tool for designs which range from simple 2D frames to elaborate modern high-rises.

CSI's website


3- AutoCAD : It's a commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting — available since 1982 as a desktop application and since 2010 as a mobile web- and cloud-based app marketed as AutoCAD 360.

Autodesk's website


That's it for now, I'll update you with other Geothechnical & surveying softwares ;)


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