New version of SJ MEPLA available

When static calculations of complex and modern glass constructions are required, it's a very difficult and time-consuming job.

For such problems SJ MEPLA has been established as a very fast and accurately working finite element program, which is easy to use.

Now the version 3.0 is available with a lot of improvements:

- any geometry can be given including holes of any shape or roundings

- edge clampings at any border position (at corners, edges or curved borders)

- bonded disk fixing without generation of holes

- several clamping designs (circular or angular, glass shoes,...)

- downholder for suction safety

- structural glazing

- automatic calcuation of predefined load cases

- elastically supported glass edges

- enhanced equation solver (up to 6-times faster)

For more informations please visit:

SJ Software GmbH

Haarhofstr. 54

D-52080 Aachen, Germany

Tel.: +49 241 910 535 0

Fax: +49 241 910 535 9

Director: Roy Bohmann

HRB 44 88, Aachen

600450 New version of SJ MEPLA available
Date: 20 August 2007

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