CSI Bridge 23.3.0 Build 1765 (x64)
CSI Bridge 23.3.0 Build 1765 (x64) | 860.6 Mb
Modeling, analysis and design of bridge structures have been integrated into CSiBridge to create the ultimate in computerized engineering tools. The ease with which all of these tasks can be accomplished makes CSiBridge the most versatile and productive software program available on the market today.
SAPFireTM Analysis Engine
CSI Solvers have been tried and tested by the industry for over 45 years. The SAPFire Analysis Engine can support multiple 64-bit solvers for analysis optimization and perform both eigen analysis and Ritz analysis. CSiBridge offers a single user interface to perform modeling, analysis, design, scheduling, load rating, and reporting.
Smooth DirectX Graphics
DirectX graphics mode are now enhanced to use DirectX 11 for increased speed and capabilities. DirectX 11 graphics allow for swift navigation of models and fast rotations.
Parametric Bridge Modeling
The Bridge Wizard is a powerful tool that guides you step-by-step through the creation of a complete bridge model with instructions at each step to ensure that all of the necessary components are defined in the model.
Moving Loads and Lanes
Moving loads may be applied to fixed or floating lanes to determine the maximum responses to every bridge element. Moving loads may be applied using vehicle classes or individual vehicles.
Staged construction is a type of nonlinear analysis in CSiBridge that allows you to define a sequence of stages wherein you can add or remove portions of the structure, selectively apply loads to portions of the structure, and to consider time-dependent material behavior such as aging, creep and shrinkage.
Minimum: Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64
Recommended: 9th generation Intel Core i5/i7/i9, AMD Ryzen 5/7/9 with Zen 2 architecture, or better desktop CPU
A 64-bit CPU is required
Microsoft® Windows 8.1 or Microsoft® Windows 10 (64-bit processor)
Minimum: Supporting 1024 by 768 resolution and 16 bits colors for standard (GDI+) graphics mode
Recommended: Discrete video card with NVIDIA GPU or equivalent and dedicated graphics RAM (512 Mb or larger) for DirectX graphics mode. The card must be DirectX 11 Compatible.
DirectX graphics mode fully utilizes the hardware acceleration provided by a GPU and dedicated graphics RAM.
For better graphics quality in terms of anti-aliasing and line thickness, the device raster drawing capabilities should support legacy depth bias.
Minimum: 8 GB RAM
The problem size that can be solved and the speeds for solution & response recovery increase considerably with more RAM.
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