Integrated Structural concrete design, Slab Engineering and Slab Generator
As an integral component of the General Structural Engineering (GSE) software suite, GSE Concrete offers a versatile platform for designing concrete members subjected to a range of analyses, including linear, P-Delta, non-linear, seismic, and dynamic analysis.
Advanced Slab and Foundation Design Software
Fully integrated within the same environment, Slab Engineering, the reinforced concrete slab design assistant, allows users to quickly generate the design strips of any concrete slabs. The assistant generates column strips and middle strips that are adapted to the geometries of the bidirectional span of the slab. This assistant is directly linked to the automated mesh generation functionalities, allowing to use the geometrical elements such as supports, walls and openings for both the finite elements model and the design strips generation.
In addition, the GSE Concrete software includes the concrete Slab Generator allowing to seamlessly generate a simple concrete slab providing a quick and efficient design. Its easy-to-use interface allows to quickly create a slab based on a simple geometry.
GSE Concrete supports a range of international standards, including the American ACI-318, Canadian CSA-A23.3, and Egyptian code ECCS 203, ensuring compatibility with various design requirements.
Slab Generator and Slab Engineering
Automated and intuitive generation of simple reinforced concrete slabs
Uncover the art of intuitive concrete slab design for simple slabs
Integrated within the comprehensive General Structural Engineering (GSE) software suite, SAFI’s Concrete Slab Generator stands as a seamless solution for swiftly creating efficient concrete slab designs. Its user-friendly interface simplifies the process of generating slabs based on basic geometries.
By inputting a few design parameters, users can effortlessly design a reinforced concrete slab through an intuitive and rapid workflow. Furthermore, the practical editing tools empower users to make adjustments to the slab as needed.
With features like reinforcement visualization and advanced analysis tools, users can confidently approach both the analysis and design aspects of concrete slabs, ensuring a robust and reliable design of concrete slabs.
A comprehensive and efficient solution for complex slab design
As an integral component of the General Structural Engineering (GSE) software suite, the reinforced concrete slab design assistant Slab Engineering becomes the ultimate tool for slab design in a simple and intuitive way. Slab Engineering empowers users to streamlining slab design with simplicity and allows to effectively generate design strips for concrete slabs of diverse specifications.
Directly connected to the automated functions within the integrated finite element framework, this application offers users a specialized environment for executing mesh generation. Slab Engineering seamlessly defines key model geometric elements, including supports, walls, and openings.
Including Slab Engineering and Slab Generator
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The GSE (General Structural Engineering) software provides a powerful and flexible platform for structural engineers to streamline their design workflows and optimize design time.
The ability to run multiple material design simultaneously is a significant advantage offered by the GSE (General Structural Engineering) software. This feature provides structural engineers with enhanced flexibility and efficiency in their design processes. This means that engineers can work with different materials like steel, concrete, wood or aluminum within the same software environment. This flexibility allows for efficient design and analysis of structures that may involve various materials.
By integrating various design and analysis tools, GSE aims to help engineers optimize their design time. This efficiency is critical in today’s fast-paced engineering projects, allowing for quicker turnaround times and cost-effective designs.
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