Dlubal SHAPE-THIN 9.04.02 | 691.0 mb
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The SHAPE development team is pleased to announce the availability of SHAPE-THIN 9.04.02 is a professional, user-friendly program for the analysis and design of thin-walled cross-sections.
SHAPE-THIN 9.04.02 | 04/22/2021
The Dlubal development team did not create Update Report for this release.
SHAPE-THINis a professional, user-friendly program for the analysis and design of thin-walled cross-sections. The stand-alone module is based on the effective program concept of the RSTAB and RFEM software family. For example, the user is able to exchange different sectional elements between individual SHAPE files with drag & drop. At the same time, the internal forces and moments of member elements can be taken from any RSTAB or RFEM structure. It is also possible to directly export the section properties to MS Excel for addi-tional editing.
Webinar: Thin-Walled Steel Structures with SHAPE-THIN and RF-FE-LTB
Since 1987, Dlubal Softwarehas continuously developed and optimized user-friendly and powerful programs for structural analysis and design.
With more than 280 employees at 9 locations providing continuous software support, Dlubal Software has gained more than 86,000 satisfied users worldwide.
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System Requirements:PC *
To use SHAPE comfortably, we recommend the following minimum system requirements:
- Operating system Windows XP/Vista/7
- X86-CPU with 1 GHz
- 512 MB RAM
- 10 GB hard disk capacity, around 80 MB for installation
- Graphics card with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
With the exception of the operating system, no product recommendations are made, as SHAPE basically runs on all systems that fulfill the system requirements.
SHAPE benefits only very little from SMT systems. Because SHAPE is a 32 bit program, it does not use 64 bit extensions like EM64T or AMD64 or the features of Windows 7 64 bit.
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