Software MS. Tower, Plaxis dan West Point Bridge

wah, udah lama gk update masalah software. nah karena ada permintaan, maka akan kami carikan link nya.

untuk kali ini, ane udah nyari link untuk Software Ms. Tower sma Plaxis.

ini penjelasan untuk MS. Tower:

MS Tower is a specialised program for the structural analysis, checking, design and management of steel towers, masts and poles used in the communications, telecom, broadcasting and power transmission industries.
The program is flexible and is organised so that it can be integrated into a business’s management system while being the backbone of the Structural Engineers department.
Features in the program enable the management side of the program to be web enabled so that aerials on structures and their properties may be examined on the web while structural and contract information is retained on the companies private network.
MS Tower contains options for defining the geometry, loading, analysis, graphical viewing of input, verifying input, graphical viewing of results, and member checking.

itu penjelasanya, untuk link download nya bisa masuk k sini:

–> Ms.Tower V.60 (Sumber : mjcoolz21)

nah untuk lebih memahami ataupun ingin lebih tahu mengenai penggunaan ini, kawan-kawan bisa berkunjung ke :

–> Forum Pengguna MS Tower (Kaskus)

nah yang kedua adalah software Plaxis, bagian yang blum tahu software Plaxis itu ap, ni penjelasannya.

Geotechnical applications require advanced constitutive models for the simulation of the non-linear and time-dependent behaviour of soils. In addition, since soil is a multi-phase material, special procedures are required to deal with hydrostatic and non-hydrostatic pore pressures in the soil. Although the modelling of the soil itself is an important issue, many geotechnical engineering projects involve the modelling of structures and the interaction between the structures and the soil. Plaxis software is equipped with special features to deal with the numerous aspects of complex geotechnical structures.

Plaxis software is known for its robustness and high quality. To maintain these high standards we have implemented a chain of quality assurance processes supported by the appropriate tools.

Before any new model or method is generally introduced in either our knowledge transfer program or in our software, it is thoroughly tested and validated. Validation and testing is performed by Plaxis staff as well as by members of the academic society and a selected group of end-users that perform Beta-tests for us.

nah, bagi kawan-kawan yang berminat untuk menggunakan software ini sebagai bahan untuk TA ataupun yg lain, akan kmi carikan link nya.

silahkan lihat

–> Plaxis 3D Foundation (sumber : oen_oen @IDWS)

–> Plaxis 8.2 (sumber: teeteet @IDWS)

OK, karena ada permintaan, mengenai software untuk mendesain jembatan. maka akan kami carikan link nya.

setelah dicari-cari, kita nemu satu software untuk mendesain jembatan. nama software nya “West Point Bridge”

nih penjelasan mengenai software nya.

The West Point Bridge Designer 2012 will introduce you to engineering through an authentic, hands-on design experience. This software provides you with the tools to model, test, and optimize a steel highway bridge, based on realistic specifications, constraints, and performance criteria.

WPBD 2012 is the only software that can be used for the 2012 West Point Bridge Design Contest.

nah untuk download nya bisa di download :

–> di sini

nah, untuk lebih mengenal lebih untuk konstruksi jembatan, di cariin nih komunitas maupun forum yang membahas mengenai jembatan ini. monggo di cek

–> di Sini

nah, semoga link-link di atas semoga membantu kawan-kawan semua. terimaksih, terutama pada sumber yang kami jadikan acuan. mohon maaf bila ada kesalahan. 🙂



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