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SymSAP - A Symbolic Structural Analysis Program

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Description

SymSAP is a little program, written in Maxima language, to perform symbolic matrix analysis of structures. SymSAP aims to become a powerful didactic tool to help students learn structural analysis.

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Features

  • Symbolic matrix analysis of plane structures according to Euler-Bernoulli model
  • Support for every type of constraint or restraint, including internal and elastic
  • Support for constraints and restraints in skewed directions
  • Support for deformability hypotheses
  • Support for concentrated distortions and thermal loads

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Intended Audience

Education

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Registered

2009-12-15

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