Introduction, modeling and structural analysis
SCADA Pro Analysis
Invest and train in a single application that will meet your needs for any building design with any material and regulations
SCADA Pro Analysis is a complete and comprehensive application for static and dynamic analysis of structures, for reinforced concrete, steel, timber and masonry, according to Eurocodes and most European National Annexes.
All the types of analysis are included:
Linear simplified spectral method (Equivalent spectral method).
Linear dynamic spectral method.
Linear and Nonlinear dynamic time-history method of the response of the structure based on accelerometer graphs, with direct integration of the equations of motion.
Multithreading CPU – GPU accelerated analysis
Accelerate the analysis of very large models using either a multicore processor of a pc (CPU) or a graphics processor (GPU) taking advantage of the analysis solver parallelism.
64-bit technology for ultimate accuracy and speed.
All load types are supported, e.g. uniformly distributed forces, concentrated forces, nodal forces, torsional moments, settlement, thermal actions etc.
Automatic calculation of masonry loads.
Automatic generation of all combinations of loads, seismic and / or non-seismic based to EC0.
Automatic import and calculation of wind and snow loads according to EC1.
Three-dimensional representation, of the load of the structure, on the respective members, for direct supervision and control.
Display messages for potential errors, in model geometry of structure and the loads of beams and columns.
Analysis – Seismic design – Checks (EC8)
Spectra design and checks based on EC8 and national annexes. Ability to import spectrum from the user.
Categorization of the structure model based on regulations provided in EC8.
Carry out all the checks provided by EC8 (regularity in plan and Elevation, construction type, etc.) and the national annexes.
Report of the project
User friendly interface for the creation and editing of the report. Selection of the chapters to be included in the report.
Automatic creation of the report, based on relevant regulations.