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Privacy and Cookies

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Data Security

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Website Terms and Conditions

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Software Licensing Terms

Terms and Conditions of Purchase

The full conditions of purchase and maintenance for all Oasys software are set out in the Oasys Software Licence and Support Agreement. All prices are subject to TAX at the current rate.

Prices and specifications are subject to change without notice – please ask for a written quotation.

Although every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of all information contained herein, the contents do not form or constitute a representation, warranty, or part of any contract.

Superseded Versions of Terms and Conditions

Oasys keeps copies of all superseded versions of its terms and conditions.

Maintenance & Support Services

Twelve months support and maintenance is included with most products. Thereafter maintenance is typically 20% of the current sales price.

An annual maintenance service is available for most programs after the first year.

This service includes:

  • telephone/fax/email/web based support
  • free software updates available via internet download
  • personalised output header for many products

GSA Building

GSA Building combines steel and concrete design, footfall and soil-structure interaction analysis in the same software package. With this intuitive software, you can design structural models with skeletal frames and two-dimensional finite elements, enabling you to design and analyse even the most complex buildings.
GSA Analysis GSA Building GSA Bridge GSA Suite
Modelling Tools

Text, graphical and automatic creation of geometry and loads

2D and 3D Elements

Covers all element types in GSA such as 1D, 2D, 3D, and spring elements.

Linear and Nonlinear Static Analysis

Compression-only struts, tension-only ties, non-linear springs, and cable

Linear and Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis

Analyse for geometric and material non-linearity over large deflections

Non-linear Materials

Elastic-Orthotropic and Elastic-Plastic Isotropic materials

Linear Analysis

1st order static analysis

Staged Analysis

Add, remove, and change elements and constraints within analyses

P-Delta Analysis

Analyse for the changes in stiffness caused by load

Dynamic Analysis & Response

Modal and Ritz analysis, including P-Delta effects with Seismic, Harmonic, Linear Timer History, and Periodic analyses

Buckling Analysis

Modal buckling of 1D & 2D elements, Non-linear buckling of 1D elements

Wave Loading

Generate wave and current loads on submerged structures

Raft Analysis

Combine structural models with non-linear soil for foundation design

Bridge Loading

Lane and vehicle load optimisation for highway and railway bridges

Footfall Analysis

Calculate accelerations, velocities and response factors from pedestrian loading

RC Design

Design of reinforced concrete slabs and walls to international standard

Steel Design

Design of steel beams, columns, and braces to international design codes

Form-finding

Geometry generation for tension and compression only structures

Fabric Analysis

Analysis of fabric non-linear materials

Advanced building design software in one powerful package

GSA Building is a structural analysis and design program. It gives engineers the tools they need to create any type of building.

With this intuitive software, engineers can design structural models with a full range of 1D, 2D and 3D elements. GSA Building also combines steel and concrete design to a range of international codes, footfall or human-induced vibration, and soil-structure interaction analysis in the same package. For seamless working, GSA Building integrates with Revit Structure and other BIM programs. Integration with BIM applications is a fundamental feature that encourages design coordination across teams.

GSA Building saves time and money by designing steel beams and slab reinforcement directly from the analysis results. It will also analyse how the structure interacts with the ground or predict the footfall vibration on irregular floors or staircases, whether they are concrete, steel, or composite.

How GSA Building Works

Input: Create structural finite element analysis models using CAD and BIM links, directly in the table or graphical views, or using your own scripts via the Application Programming Interface. Assign linear and nonlinear materials to a variety of element types, whether beams from catalogues, standard shapes, profiled slabs, or your own special requirements. Add static, dynamic, prestress, or thermal loads and analyse the effect.

Analysis and Design: GSA includes several solvers, including:

  • steel member and concrete slab design
  • footfall analysis for human induced vibration
  • matrix-based stiffness method for static and p-delta analyses
  • dynamic relaxation and explicit solvers for nonlinear static and dynamic problems
  • eigenvector solvers for modal vibration and buckling analyses
  • dynamic response analyses for seismic response spectrum or time history, harmonic and periodic vibrations, vibrations
  • soil structure interaction for rafts and piled structures
  • diagnostic analyses for resolving modelling problems

GSA will find the lightest, shallowest, cheapest, or most environmentally friendly steel beam section to carry the load, and work out the ideal quantity of reinforcement in your concrete slabs and walls.

Output: Output forces, moments, deformed geometry, and other results in graphical views, tables, and graphs. Export analysis models to LS DYNA, model changes to Revit, or text and numbers to Office documents.

Key Features & Benefits

  1. Simulate advanced footfall analysis with accurate tools developed by engineers at the forefront of this technique
  2. Integration with Autodesk’s Revit Structure and other advanced modelling software will ensure high integrity of model transfer and also accurate model coordination
  3. Raft analysis - Combine structural models with non-linear soil for foundation design
  4. Steel design - Design of steel beams, columns, and braces to international design codes

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GSA Building

USD $927.23USD $9,272.25

GSA Building combines steel and concrete design, footfall and soil-structure interaction analysis in the same software package. With this intuitive software, you can design structural models with skeletal frames and two-dimensional finite elements, enabling you to design and analyse even the most complex buildings.

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Structural design and analysis software

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What should I choose?

Standalone Licences are locked to an individual machine but transferrable by the user to another machine. Ideal for single users.

Network Floating Licences can be activated on any number of machines, however you can only concurrently use the number of licences that you have purchased. Ideal for users requiring more flexibility or when working as part of a team.

Buying a licence will allow you the right to use that version of the software indefinitely. It includes 12 months of maintenance (technical support and access to software updates).

Renting the software enables you to use the software with full maintenance for the defined duration.

Keeping your software licences maintained gives you full access to technical support (telephone, email and web based) and ensures that your software is kept up-to-date with free downloadable updates. Maintenance is only available to existing licences and lasts 12 months. It is highly recommended that you keep your software licences maintained. Maintenance duration will be calculated from the date of expiry of the previous maintenance/initial warranty. If you are purchasing maintenance for licences that have been unmaintained for longer than 12 months please contact us in order to renew.

Note: complimentary 12 months support and maintenance is included when purchasing all products.

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