New version of SJ MEPLA available

SJ MEPLA is a software for design and statics of multi layered sandwich plates.Especially for the glass engineering practice new approaches for considering laminated glass, insulating glass units, point fixings and for simulating dynamic impact tests on glass panels are included.

Several new functions were added in version 2.5:- Separation of a project into multiple subdirectories (e.g. for different load cases)- Automatic calculation of all subdirectories within a project- Variable running line loads- Linear running face load (e.g. water pressure)- Point fixings wired by bars or ropes (e.g. canopies)- Special point fixing which is one-way connected to the insulation glass (System LITEWALL)- New stress outputs in protocol (e.g.Van Mises)
- Display of Van Mises stress results in graphics surface
- Export of protocol to MS Excel

600450 New version of SJ MEPLA available
Date: 6 September 2004
Source: SJ Software GmbH

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