FrameShape is a powerful engineering tool for linear static analysis of 3-D framed structures. The program uses the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) method of computation and provides deformations and [M] [Q] [N] diagrams.
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Description: FrameShape is a powerful engineering application for linear static analysis of 3-D framed structures. Designed for civil engineers, architects, designers and students, the program allows users to build and analyze 3-D framed models and determine deformations, normal, shear, torsion and bending moment diagrams. The program uses the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) method of computation. The results can be viewed in graphical and table modes.
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