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Oasys ADC provides the flexibility of working with standard concrete and reinforcement grades and rebar or defining your own. This structural design software is easy to use and is ideal for both building and foundation designers to assist with column design.
The program also checks the reinforcement detailing to ensure the design is code-compliant and buildable. ADC will automatically work out the worst moment and shear envelopes of applied patched loads. The result of these user-friendly features is a fully reinforced beam or slab design that takes detailing and span-effective depth checks into account.Download Product Sheet
Input: Quickly define multi-span beams, solid slabs, and ribbed slabs, or columns and piles, using a model wizard. Advanced input options include choices of available rebar sizes, cover and detailing rules. ADC automatically includes user customisable patch loads and eccentricity effects in the analysis.
Analysis and Design: ADC checks all the reinforcement arrangement options against the loading combinations and detailing requirements to give you the lightest buildable concrete beam, slab, column, or pile.
Output: Reinforcement arrangement diagrams, cross sections, and tabular results.
USD $152.89 – USD $1,528.88
ADC supports engineers in a variety of column design and analysis tasks. Design with standard concrete and reinforcement grades and rebar, or define your own with advanced customisation. The easy-to-use software also analyses your design against EC2, BS8110 and Hong Kong design codes.
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