Next: FEA Ltd. (LUSAS)
- Engineering Software Research and Development (ESRD)
produces a program called StressCheck. This provides a "handbook-like"
interface for structural design. StressCheck uses p-method elements.
Analyses supported include composite materials, material and geometric
nonlinearities, linear and nonlinear fracture mechanics computations,
fastened connections and cold-working analysis.
- MS Windows 95, and Windows NT on Intel platforms.
UNIX platforms supported include SunOS, Solaris, SGI (IRIX), HPUX, and IBM AIX.
- A web site is available at:
Roger Young and Ian MacPhedran