STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

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SUMO

3D Structural analysis & BIM software
Analysis | BIM Modelling 

This is a 3D BIM modelling and analysis tool. Build 3D models of structures using physical structural components such as beams, columns, and slabs. Sumo is a new generation, BIM compatible analysis and design tool that is continually evolving.

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What makes this module unique?

  • Automated surface meshing
  • Familiar and easy input
  • BIM Modelling
  • Design links and design groups
  • Link with 3rd party software through IFC and DWG formats
  • Integrates with PROKON design modules
  • Database driven which allows for simple database queries
  • Easy access to detailed analysis output
  • Static analysis: Linear, Second-order, Non-linear and Buckling
  • Dynamic analysis: Modal, Seismic and Harmonic
  • Import/export Revit models through the Prodesk add-in
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FRAME

Structural analysis software
Modelling | Analysis

Frame Analysis performs frame and finite element analyses of 2D and 3D structures.

It can perform linear and non-linear static analysis as well as buckling, modal, harmonic, and seismic analyses of 3D models.

Frame is easy to learn and simple to use. Build your model using a combination of beams, shells, and solid finite elements. Analysis results can be exported to various other PROKON modules for member or connection design. Results can be viewed and added to a calcsheet in graphic format or analysis reports.

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What makes this module unique?

  • Links with other software through DXF, DWG, CIS/2, and SNF (Strucad) files
  • Models can be exported to and imported from Autodesk Revit using Prodesk
  • Build a model using a combination of beams, shells, and solid finite elements
  • Static analysis: Linear, Second-order, Non-linear and Buckling
  • Dynamic analysis: Modal, Seismic and Harmonic
  • Wizard-based input vastly speeds up large or complicated model input.
  • Text file interface enables the use of pre- and post-processors on the data files
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PLANE STRESS

Finite element analysis of plane stress or strain problems
Analysis

The Plane Stress module can be used to perform a finite element analysis of a membrane of any general geometry subjected to plane stress or strain.

Combine simple polygons to model complex geometries. A suitable mesh is generated automatically. Multiple load cases comprising point loads and UDLs can be applied to the outline of the model.

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What makes this module unique?

  • Analyse plane stress and strain problems.
  • Simple input for geometry and loading.
  • Automatic mesh generation
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SINGLE SPAN BEAM

Analysis of 2D single span or cantilever beams
Analysis

The Single Span Beam module can be used to quickly analyse a beam. The beam can be a single span beam, or a single span taken from a continuous beam with the appropriate end conditions. The analysis results of steel beams can be post-processed with the steel member design module for combined stress.

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What makes this module unique?

  • Simple input
  • Unlimited load cases
  • Access to the large library in the PROKON section database
  • Output includes deflection, shear force and bending moments
  • Export results to Combine for design
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ELASTIC SUPPORT BEAM

Analysis of 2D beams on elastic support
Analysis

Elastic Support Beam was developed for rapid analysis of a beam or a slab on an elastic foundation.

This module allows for the analysis of beams or slabs with varying cross-sections along their lengths and the elastic foundation can include variations or gaps in the elastic medium and rigid supports. An unlimited number of loads may be entered.

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What makes this model unique?

  • Evaluate beams supported by elastic foundations
  • Unlimited load cases
  • Beams can have varying cross-sections
  • Allow the beam to uplift by using gap supports
  • Output includes deflection, shear forces and bending moments