Dear SOFiSTiK users, dear interested parties
In this newsletter, we have exciting news to share with you!
With the latest Servicepcak 2020-8, SOFiSTiK now fully supports the new Version 7 of McNeel Rhinoceros. According to the manufacturer McNeel, Rhino 7 is regarded as the most significant upgrade in their history. From the possibility to create arbitrarily organic shapes using subdivision surfaces, through the new quad remesher and the ability to model directly in Autodesk Revit using the new Rhino.Inside Toolkit, Rhino 7 provides a large number of new features which can now also be used in conjunction with SOFiSTiK. SOFiSTiK supports Rhino 7 for the direct interface in Rhino as well as within the Grasshopper-Toolbox, used for the generation of fully parametric analysis models.
Further information on Rhino 7 can be found on the official Rhino website
For more information on the SOFiSTiK Rhino/Grasshopper interfaces, its advantages and functionalities, visit our SOFiSTiK Rhino / Grasshopper webpage.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Your SOFiSTiK Team
Webinar: Analysis of Cable Stayed Bridges
Cable stayed bridges are beautiful and awe-inspiring structures
With their elegant form, simple force transfer mechanism and high level of statical indeterminacy, cable stayed bridges are every structural engineer’s dream. They are versatile for their span range and are increasingly being used for medium to very long spans on rivers, in urban and non-urban settings.
In this webinar, we plan to introduce you to the analysis of cable stayed bridges.
You will learn about the determination of cable and initial jacking forces at the time of installation to obtain the desired geometry. You will also learn about the calculation of member forces at the stage of traffic opening. We will be using SOFiSTiK for the analysis and will show how it can greatly help in this optimisation process.
Date / Time:
Thu., February 25, 2021 | IST 14:30 - 16:00, CET 10:00 – 11:30
Webinar SOFiSTiK / Unidome
Parametric, easy and efficient optimization of sustainable voided slabs within a BIM workflow. Time and cost saving meets sustainability and quality.
Considering the eco-logical impact of the construction industry it is more than ever important to responsibly use the limited resources and to minimize the impact on the environment. In this webinar, we show you how resource use can be reduced and more efficiency can be achieved with innovative products, an open BIM workflow and automated design using SOFiSTiK FEA and Unidome products.
Date: Thursday, March 25, 2021
Time: 02:00pm – 03:00pm CET