Analyze and predict the boundaries of long term behavior, the relative axial stiffness and the tributary area of columns and walls, and apply the optimum distribution of additional reinforcement to reduce differential column shortening in reinforced concrete high-rise buildings.
Progressive collapse (aka: Disproportionate Collapse) occurs when a local failure spreads throughout a structure from element to element, eventually resulting in the collapse of either the entire structure or a disproportionately large part of it. Progressive collapse is caused by an abnormal or extreme loading event, typically due to accidental impact, faulty construction, foundational failure, or violent changes in air pressure (ie: Blast).
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ELS offers a new advanced level of nonlinear static or dynamic structural analysis to study the behavior of structures during blast and other extreme loading events.
ELS offers a new advanced level of nonlinear static or dynamic structural analysis to study the behavior of bridges and other structures during construction, service, and retrofit.
Unlike traditional FEM software, users can fully model high-rise structures composed of reinforced concrete, steel composite and other components with all as-built and as-damaged details.
Extreme Loading® for Structures Software is the ideal nonlinear dynamic structural analysis tool to study the behavior of cold-formed steel structures against seismic, wind, progressive collapse, and blast.
Extreme Loading® for Structures Software a nonlinear dynamic structural analysis tool, gives users the ideal virtual environment to accelerate the research performed on shake tables, opening the door to substantial design improvements, and moving shake tables to validation, post optimization.
Extreme Loading® for Structures (ELS) is an advanced non-linear dynamic structural analysis software tool designed with the practicing structural engineer in mind. ELS allows structural engineers to study the 3D behavior of structures through both the continuum and discrete stages of loading.
Applied Science International, LLC (ASI) creates tools for structural engineers, architects, and researchers for the design and analysis of increasingly sophisticated structures and the loading scenarios that beset them. ASI offers training and structural engineering support services that meet the exacting requirements of this changing world.