GT STRUDL® is structural engineering software offering a complete design solution, including 3D CAD modeling and 64-bit high-performance computation solvers into all versions. GT STRUDL includes all the tools necessary to analyze a broad range of structural engineering and finite element analysis problems, including linear and nonlinear static and dynamic analysis, and can do so accurately in a fraction of the time of most other structural design software.
GT STRUDL is an easy to use and flexible interoperable and database-driven
solution for beam and general finite element analysis and comprehensive structural engineering design. The solution includes 10 functional areas that operate seamlessly with one another. Combined with amazingly fast computational speed, GT STRUDL provides virtually unlimited power and flexibility for projects of any size or complexity.
GT STRUDL is natively interoperable with Intergraph Smart® solutions, CAESAR II and CADWorx® Structure. This enables structural data-rich models created outside of GT STRUDL to fully leverage the power of GT STRUDL. It is also interoperable with third- party solutions through CIS/2 and GTI files. Reduce duplication of effort to save time and ensure data accuracy.
Since 1983, the GT STRUDL QA/QC program has been in full compliance with applicable provisions of the U.S. NRC’s 10CFR21 and 10CFR50 Appendix B regulations. In addition, GT STRUDL QA procedures conform to the ASME NQA 1- 2008, including the 2009 Addenda Subpart 2.7 (NQA-1a-2009). This means that every release of GT STRUDL earns the trust of structural engineers by providing accurate analysis results.
Steel & Concrete Structure Modeling
Physical member definitions, labels, inquiry, and display
Nonlinear spring elements, support and member end springs, tension, and compression-only members, large sag catenary, and parabolic cables
Nonlinear fiber element plastic hinge and plastic zone member models
Integer and alphanumeric naming of joints, members, finite elements, and loading conditions Automated view generation
Create and review model with powerful data sheets
Advanced Analysis Methods
Comprehensive FEA library including cables, plates, shells and solids
Linear and nonlinear static and dynamic analysis
High-performance equation solvers
Maximum response harmonic analysis
Steady-state time history dynamic analysis
Pseudo-static loads from dynamic analysis
Load Specifications & Generation
Seismic and wind load generators per ASCE 7-05/ 7-10/7-16
Area load generator
Gupta and Lindley-Yow mode combination methodologies
Broad range of user-specified damping properties
Composite modal damping ratio calculations
Load combination generation
- AISC:15th,14th,13th,9th,N690,341&OlderEditions; ASD/LRFD Methods and Seismic Provisions
AISI: AISI89 for Unistrut Sections
ASCE: ASCE 52 Guide for Design of Steel Transmission Towers & ASCE/SEI 48-05 Steel Pole Structures
• ASME: Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code, Section III, Rules for Construction of Nuclear Facility Components,
Div. 1-Subsection NF
• Eurocode: EC3 plus National Annexes • Canadian:CSA-S16.1-97&CSA-S16-14 • Indian:IS800
• Chinese: GB (GuoBiao Standards)
• Offshore: ISO 19902, APIWSD (RP 2A-WSD) & Older Editions, NS 3472E.
• ACI 318: 2005, 2008, 2011, 2014, 2019
Interactively generate custom reports of model and load data, results, and figures
• Move sections within the report from hierarchical tree display using the interactive interface
• Filter by joints, members, elements, and loading
• Take advantage of customer footers, customer headers, and summary of loads
• Save/Restore options on filters, order, and checklist