Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis is intended specifically for analytical and diagnostic usage in structural engineering applications. Analyses and diagnostics are run through a simulation engine that lets the user test out complicated structural schemes prior to or in tandem with actual implementation. The diagnostic capabilities of the program are especially adaptable, as they can be scaled to better solve particular simulation issues through leverage of either local or cloud-based resources. It also has utilities for simulating wind tunnels—a critical consideration for engineers working on designs that have to deal with wind load and all the attendant factors.
Users with a focus on practicality can make use of direct analytical methods for evaluating steel constructions. It can operate in conjunction with the AutoDesk Revit software so that the design and engineering stages can be more in sync with each other. It has auto-meshing capabilities, advanced modeling functions, multiple localizations, and several preloaded databases of material lists. There are modules for designing concrete with steel, an open API, dynamic analytical and diagnostic functions, reporting tools for presenting analyses in organized documents, and provisions for analyzing both linear and nonlinear functions.
Our users primarily use Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis to open these file types:
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