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New Generation CAE system for framed structures

Dear Colleagues,

I would be glad to present symbolic-numeric CAE system for frame structures analysis.

It will be available soon as Preview version for enthusiasts

The main features are:

  • One calculation act - all
    analytical dependencies. Fast designing process for structural systems in
    industry, consulting and design companies;
  • Fastest parametric
    analysis of construction. New quality of designing in optimization tasks,
    newest opportunities in designing work, new construction optimized forms
    detecting;
  • Low cost of industry
    researching and designing process;
  • Time of study and
    learning process of software is near zero. Very easy to use interface, animation, powerful 3D Graphics and
    opacity features are virtually place user to building area not to computer
    desktop;
  • Symbolic character of solutions gives unprecedented technical
    disciplines study process opportunity (structural mechanics, mechanics of
    materials).

Some Screenshots
https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=ea6ad1087e3103f0&page=play&resid=EA6AD1087E3103F0!118

I will be glad to any comments or questions.

Creator Sergey Orlov,
PhD in applied mechanics (applied theory of elasticity),
Microsoft Start-Up BizSpark Partner

Comments

Engineering calculations in parallel mode by Alina math machine based on Maple

In the picture above there is math
machine Alina based on Maple works at structure (530 rods) by cascades
of 4 threads of mservers (maple).

Pre BETA version of TIMO Structural is available for enthusiasts, researchers,
engineers and students from December 19, 2011. TIMO Structural is build on top
advantages of revolutionary Microsoft technologies and unique Wolfram Mathematica engine.
Welcome to BETA testing.

December 19, 2011
CEO and Founder Siarhei Arlou

http://www.orlovsoft.com/download.html  

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