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ATENA

ATENA is a user friendly software for nonlinear analysis of reinforced concrete structures

ATENA stands for Advanced Tool for Engineering Nonlinear Analysis

Simulates real behavior of concrete and reinforced concrete structures including concrete cracking, crushing and reinforcement yielding.

Gives engineers the power to check and verify their concrete stucture design in a user friendly and unique graphical enviroment.

ATENA has over 1000 installations worldwide (Germany, Japan, India, China, USA, Finland, UK, Italy, South Korea, Australia, Thailand…etc.).

ATENA user Richard Malm says in his Ph.D. thesis: "One advantage using ATENA for the finite element analyses is that it calculates all material properties based on the cube strength with equations from Model Code 2010. Another great advantage with this program is that it is specially designed for concrete, which makes it easier for the user since good default values are given. The main advantage is that, even though the analyses described severe cracking, the program never had problems finding a convergent solution. A novice user can rather easy create advanced models in ATENA."

  • Simulates the real behavior of reinforced concrete structures
  • 3D environment
  • User friendly modeling of reinforcement
  • Unique visualization of crack propagation
  • Real-time display of results even during the nonlinear analysis
  • Based on finite element method and fracture mechanics
  • Advanced material models for concrete, reinforcement, steel, rock, soil and masonry
  • Support for the analysis of modern fiber reinforced concrete materials: SHCC, ECC, HPRFC, UHPFRC
  • Dynamics, statics, creep, thermal and moisture analyses
  • Modeling of high temperature and fire loading on concrete structure
  • Software for design or assessment of new or existing concrete structures
  • Modeling of structural durability and reinforcement corrosion
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SARA

Software for Probabilistic Analysis of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Structures

Nature is nonlinear and random. SARA is integrated engineering tool for probabilistic-based assessment of engineering structures using elite nonlinear material models.
  • Probabilistic analysis based on ATENA nonlinear models
  • Stratified sampling method based on latin hypercube sampling (LHS)
  • Sensitivity analysis or model parameter identification
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AmQuake

Software for Design of Masonry Buildings according to Eurocode 6 and 8

The program will help engineers to design safe masonry buildings in the seismic regions of Europe. This development was initiated by the introduction of Eurocode 6 and 8 in Europe. These standards have become mandatory in the European Union starting from March 2010, and they enforce strong rules for masonry buildings in seismic regions. AmQuake is using pushover analysis and the equivalent frame method to check the seismic safety of masonry buildings in a graphical user friendly environment.

  • Brick choice - Select your masonry unit from the catalogue of Wienerberger products.
  • CAD building floor plan directly imported via DXF
  • Seismic assessment using pushover analysis
  • Based on Eurocode 2, 6, and 8
  • Localized into 11 European versions and translated into 14 languages
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FReET

Multipurpose probabilistic software for statistical, sensitivity and reliability analysis of engineering problems.

It allows to simulate uncertainties of the problem at random variables level (typically in civil/mechanical engineering – material properties and loading, geometrical imperfections.

  • Includes state-of-the-art probabilistic simulation algorithms to compute the probabilistic response and reliability.
  • Stratified sampling methods: Latin hypercube sampling (LHS)
  • FORM
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Mechanical
Finder

Software to evaluate bone strength by considering entire bone as a three-dimensional structure and applying finite element analysis.


As computer simulation has been widely used for analysis such as strength of structure or flow of fluid, it is indispensable in engineering. Simulation is also spreading in medical research, for example blood flow in the vessel or joint force during walking.

  • All in one complete biomechanical analysis in one product, the CT data to strength analysis can be found all in one user-comfort tool
  • 3D model unique support generation of complex 3D models based on CT patient data
  • Stress Analysis quantitative determination of bone strength or attachment of the implant
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