Sunday, October 24, 2010



For nearly 30 years, ETABS has been recognized as the industry standard for Building Analysis and Design Software. Today, continuing in the same tradition, ETABS has evolved into a completely Integrated Building Analysis and Design Environment. The System built around a physical object based graphical user interface, powered by targeted new special purpose algorithms for analysis and design, with interfaces for drafting and manufacturing, is redefining standards of integration, productivity and technical innovation.

The integrated model can include Moment Resisting Frames, Braced Frames, Staggered Truss Systems, Frames with Reduced Beam Sections or Side Plates, Rigid and Flexible Floors, Sloped Roofs, Ramps and Parking Structures, Mezzanine Floors, Multiple Tower Buildings and Stepped Diaphragm Systems with Complex Concrete, Composite or Steel Joist Floor Framing Systems. Solutions to complex problems such as Panel Zone Deformations, Diaphragm Shear Stresses, and Construction Sequence Loading are now at your fingertips.

ETABS is the solution, whether you are designing a simple 2D frame or performing a dynamic analysis of a complex high-rise that utilizes non-linear dampers for inter-story drift control.

Steel Frame Design for AISC-ASD & LRFD, UBC, British, Canadian,
Italian and Euro Codes
• Concrete Frame Design for ACI, UBC, British, Canadian, New
Zealand, Indian, Mexican and Euro Codes
• Composite Beam Design for AISC-ASD & LRFD, British and Canadian
• Concrete Shear Wall Design for American, British & Canadian Codes
• Automated Steel Joist (K or KCS) Selection
• Design for Static and Dynamic Loads
• Floor Vibration Analysis with Murray Damping
• Automatic Calculation of Moment Magnification Factors
• Automatic Calculation of K-Factors & P-Delta Effects
• Steel Frame Design Offers Automatic Member Selection
• Seismic Requirements for Special Moment-Resisting Frames
• Automatic Tributary-Area Live Load Reduction
• Graphical Section Designer for Complex and Built-Up Shapes
• Special Moment Beam Types for Steel Frames
• Virtual Work Based Optimization for Lateral Deflections
• Camber and Stud Requirements for Composite Beams
• Grouping for Design Envelopes
• Designed for Biaxial-Moment/Axial-Load Interaction
• Seismic Check of Beam/Column Joints in Concrete Frames
• Automated Effects of Panel-Zone Deformations on Lateral Drift
• Doubler Plate and Continuity Plate Design
• Seismic Design for Concentric/Eccentrically Braced Steel Frames
• Display of Reinforcing for Columns, Beams and 3D Shear Walls
• Shored and Un-Shored Design for Composite Beams

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