CSiXCAD 19.1.0 build 0148



CSiXCAD 19.1.0 build 0148
CSiXCAD 19.1.0 build 0148 | 175.7 mb
Computers and Structures, Inc. (CSI) is pleased to announce the availability of CSiXCAD 19.1.0 build 0148 is a plugin for AutoCAD, BricsCAD, and ZWCAD that streamlines drawing production by directly interacting with ETABS and SAP2000.


CSiXCAD 19.1.0 Release - Date: 5-Nov-2021
Import and Export
- Support for ZWSoft ZWCAD v2021 and v2022 has been added.
- Support for AutoCAD 2022 has been added.

Detailing
A new command has been implemented that creates concrete beamline reinforcement elevations and lays these out on new sheets.


This document lists changes made to CSiXCAD since v19.0.0, released 05-April-2021. Items marked
with an asterisk (*) in the first column are more significant.
7384An enhancement has been made to the display of concrete beams and girders. The beams and the girders the support them now are displayed as a monolithic system, with no horizontal hard edges shown where the top and bottom surfaces of beams and girders intersect. This is consistent with how they are shown in plan view.
7508A new command, Create Beamline Elevations, has been implemented that creates concrete beamline reinforcement elevations for selected beamlines, and optionally, lays these out on new sheets. Concrete beamline elevations can already be automatically created and laid out on sheets for selected beamlines when a model is imported from ETABS and a new project is created. The new command allows subsequent control of this feature by selecting beamlines graphically after the drawings have been created.
6974CSiXCAD is now compatible with ZWSoft ZWCAD v2021.03.25 (x64) Professional Edition or v22.00_2021.07.07 (x64) Professional Edition.
7302CSiXCAD is now compatible with AutoCAD® 2022.
7408The version number has been changed to v19.1.0 for a new intermediate release
7253An incident affecting the display of elevations in AutoCAD "paper space" was resolved. When a building featured beams or braces that were oriented at an angle other than 0 or 90 degrees from a line along which an elevation had been drawn and were also adjacent to that line, then short line segments corresponding to the portion of these members that was between the elevation plane and its back clipping plane appeared when the elevation was displayed in paper space. These line segments did not show, as expected, when the elevation was rendered in model space. When this occurred, the error was visually obvious. This affected all versions of CSiXCAD. The workaround was to reduce the elevation back-clip distance with the Edit Elevation Grid command.
7386An incident was resolved affecting the display of concrete columns with walls framing into them. Occasional extraneous lines that were unexpectedly shown are no longer drawn, consistent with how these columns are shown in plan view. When this occurred, the error was visually obvious

CSiXCAD provides a live link between structural modelsdefined and maintained in ETABS or SAP2000 and the drawings documenting them in the CAD software. Both steel and reinforced-concrete structures are supported.
The latest version includes support for ZWCAD 2021/2022 and AutoCAD 2022, as well as new concrete beamline reinforcement elevations
CSiXCAD - A plug-in to streamline drawing production directly through ETABS
Introducing the all-new CSiXCAD. A plug-in for AutoCAD and BricsCAD, streamlining drawing production directly through ETABS, while efficiently updating and sharing a full 3D BIM model in CAD. Now, workflow is easier than ever before. Take your ETABS model straight to AutoCAD and BricsCAD with the all-new CSiXCAD.
Founded in 1975, Computers and Structures, Inc. (CSI)is recognized globally as the pioneering leader in software tools for structural and earthquake engineering. Software from CSI is used by thousands of engineering firms in over 160 countries for the design of major projects, including the Taipei 101 Tower in Taiwan, One World Trade Center in New York, the 2008 Olympics Birds Nest Stadium in Beijing and the cable-stayed Centenario Bridge over the Panama Canal. CSI's software is backed by more than three decades of research and development, making it the trusted choice of sophisticated design professionals everywhere.
Product:CSiXCAD
Version:19.1.0 build 0148
Supported Architectures:x64
Website Home Page :www.csiamerica.com
Languages Supported:english
System Requirements:PC *
Size:175.7 mb

Processor
-Minimum:Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64
-Recommended:Intel Core 2 Duo, AMD Athlon 64 X2, or better
- A CPU that has SSE2 support is required
The SAPFire Analytical Engine includes a multi-threaded solver that can take advantage of multi-core CPUs
Operating System
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 or Microsoft Windows 10
- With a 64 bit operating system, the SAPFire Analytical Engine can utilize more than 4 GB of RAM, making it possible to more efficiently solve larger problems
Video Card
-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 9.0c compatible (DirectX SDK Aug 2009 - Build 9.27.1734.0).
- 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.
Memory
-Minimum:3 GB for 32-bit O/S, and 4 GB for 64-bit O/S
-Recommended:4 GB for 32-bit O/S, and 8 GB or more for 64-bit O/S
- The problem size that can be solved & the solution speed increase considerably with more RAM
Disk Space
- 6 GB to install the software.
-Recommended:500GB or larger Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm SATA)
- Additional space required for running and storing model files and analysis results, dependent upon the size of the models



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