Oasys GSA – the benchmark for structural analysis
GSA is the software of choice for advanced analysis and design of buildings, bridges and tensile structures. It provides a complete toolkit, with quick model creation and a comprehensive suite of analysis options, working seamlessly with engineers’ favourite BIM tools and workflow. Designed by engineers for engineers. Check out the new features in GSA 10.0.
Oasys GSA is an established, trusted and comprehensive structural analysis package, and our licensing options ensure that its power and speed are available for any project. Choose from GSA Analysis, GSA Building, GSA Bridge, or the complete GSA Suite.
ADC makes analysing and designing columns, beams, solid slabs and ribbed slabs straightforward, working to EC2, BS8110 and Hong Kong design codes. It also checks the reinforcement detailing to ensure that the design is code-compliant and buildable.
When it comes to analysing laterally-loaded piles, Alp makes things simple. The software models soil shear failure and non-linear soil behaviour, calculating deflection down the pile together with moments and shear forces within the pile.
Frew enables engineers to define and solve even the most complex embedded retaining wall problem quickly.
AdSec’s analysis helps design all kinds of sections under load. Working from first principles, software can handle sections made from concrete, steel or fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP) sections, or any combinations of these materials.
Compos is a unique composite beam analysis design program. No other software enables users to analyse the effects of using the damping systems.
Greta analyses the stability of a gravity retaining wall and determines the bending moments and shear forces within the wall.
MassMotion is the next generation of advanced software for simulating pedestrians and analyzing crowds.
MassMotion Flow is the latest advancement of our pedestrian modelling software range.
Pile software uses new and traditional techniques to calculate the vertical load carrying capacities of piles in a layered soil deposit. It works with drained (frictional) and undrained (cohesive) soils and shows the results in a clear graphical format that can be exported easily.
Slope is an everyday engineering tool which is quick and easy to use for a wide range of slope stability problems. This essential slope analysis software analyses reinforcing elements such as soil nails, rock bolts, ground anchors and geotextiles.
Pdisp offers a quicker and more accurate way to predict soil displacement than using Newmark charts. The program predicts displacements in a soil mass due to vertical and horizontal loads, showing the likely settlement pattern beneath and beyond the loaded area.
Whether you need to do two-dimensional finite element computations in plane stress, plane strain, or axial symmetry, Safe takes care of it. The smart software identifies pore pressures and effective stresses separately and includes gravitational loads and initial stresses.
SlopeFE is a program that analyses the stability of slopes using two method types - limit equilibrium and finite element analysis.
Xdisp saves time and money by eliminating the need for different programs and multiple spreadsheets when predicting settlement analysis, ground movements and building damage assessment.
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