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This is the CEF3D project ("sas-civil")
This project was registered on SourceForge.net on Sep 6, 2010, and is described by the project team as follows:
CEF3D (Finite Element Calculation in 3D) is intented as a finite elements method software, with aplication oriented to civil and structural engineer, it is designed in two modules, one for analisys and another for design, all under GNU license. Some of the features (now in develop ) include multi load case, load combinations, plate, membrane and shell elements, springs. Asignnemento of restraints like diaphrams or rigid bodies. A future version will include dinamic and non linear analysis. Continuos improvements are mede in the graphic user interface. The goal is to provide a full capable software to the analysis and design of structures, as an open source and freeware package. NOTE. Is clear the the correct use and interpretations of the results requires the participation of an professional experienced structural civil engineer, if the software are going to be used in real proyects.
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