ASCE Structures Congress 2019

ASCE Structures Congress 2019

ASI will be attending the 2019 Structure Congress in Orlando, FL from April 24-27, 2019. ASI sessions this year focus on the Protective Design for Structures and industrial facilities. Below are the Sessions that ASI is participating in. ASI Engineers will also be...
How well do you Control Dust at your Demolition Site?

How well do you Control Dust at your Demolition Site?

It’s time to take dust control seriously by leaving dated technology and inefficient dust control analysis methods behind. Dust control upon building implosion is essential in maintaining healthy air quality, following government regulations, and supporting the...
4 Reasons You Should Choose ELS over SBEDS For Blast Analysis

4 Reasons You Should Choose ELS over SBEDS For Blast Analysis

In this article, we take a look at blast analysis with a focus on SBEDS (Single Degree of Freedom Blast Effect Design Spreadsheet) vs ELS (Extreme Loading for Structures). Our goal is to explain why ELS should be considered over SBEDS for blast analysis. Firstly,...
Research & Practice on Progressive Collapse & Robustness of Buildings

Research & Practice on Progressive Collapse & Robustness of Buildings

Extreme events (i.e. terrorist attacks, vehicle impacts, explosions, etc.) often cause local damage to building structures and pose a serious threat when one or more vertical load-bearing components fail, leading to the progressive collapse of the entire structure or...
Extreme Loading for Structures – Version 6.0 Released!

Extreme Loading for Structures – Version 6.0 Released!

We’re happy to announce the release of our Advanced Structural Analysis Software, Extreme Loading for Structures (ELS) Version 6.0!  ELS is used by structural engineers and researchers around the world to study the effects of blast, progressive collapse, wind,...