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Code checkers needed in structural engineering

 (Sept 2016)

Code checkers are still relatively unknown in the field of structural engineering. More than half (52%) of the people working in this field in The Netherlands don’t use code checkers in their software to check if structures meet the strength requirements of certification authorities. This is one of the results of a study organized by FEM Data Streamliner. 36 leading analysts, calculators, constructors and managers in the field of structural engineering have been interviewed.

Edgar Peetam, FEM specialist and developer of FEM Data Streamliner, is not surprised by this result.".... click here to download the article...".

Need for better and faster strength analysis of structures

 (June 2016)

Over two thirds (70%) of people working in the field of structural engineering in The Netherlands say that the quality of strength analysis of structures needs improvement. A group almost as large (69%) wants the analysis to go faster. These results are some of the highlights of a study organized by FEM Data Streamliner. 36 leading analysts, calculators, constructors and managers in the field of structural engineering have been interviewed.

The study proves that experts in the ".... click here to download the article...".


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