BAP-Beam Analysis

BAP-Beam Analysis 1.5

Free
Developed by Sivift
4.0  (2 votes)
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This software Analyze Moment, Shear and Deflection in Indeterminate Beams.
Produce Bending Moment, Shear Force and Deflection Diagrams.
You can get the values at different location just by rolling your cursor over the Diagrams.
User can get Maximum and minimum values, reactions and member forces.

It offers you to enter data in differing units at every level. You may enter Elasticity in N/mm2, span in ft and load in KN-m. Similarly, you can see results in different units just in one click. You can enter: spans with different stiffness, support settlement, Uniformly varying load, distribution load, point load, point moment. You can change the default support (hinge support) to free support, fixed support or elastic support.

A Complete Beam Analysis Software but very simple in use for both Students and practicing Civil and Mechanical Engineers. It takes less than one and half minutes to develop a model for 4 span beam. It do not require any installation (just download, unzip and use it). It has no compatibility issues; it can be used on any Windows Operating System. You can use it any where. You do not need to go through exhausting help files.

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ibrahim

ibrahim It was good. Thank you for your service.

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Usman

Usman It is the simplest and easy app for students and engineers who do not want to read lengthy help files.

However, it covers adequately the practical problems like support settlement, elastic supports, VDL and multiple span with varying stiffness.

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