Precast/Prestressed Concrete Design Software

Our software products are designed to enable precast concrete engineers to analyze and design precast concrete elements in an easy and accurate way. They are designed by engineers who practiced the design of precast concrete structures in North America for many years and fully aware of the needs of the engineers working in this specialty engineering field. You can request a fully functional 21 day trial copy of any of our software products.

PPC Column Software

PPC Column Software is an easy to use program for the design of precast/prestressed concrete columns based on the American ACI 318 Code/PCI Design Handbook and the Canadian CSA A23.3 Standard/CPCI Design Manual. It has also an interactive corbel design tool and many loading options. It can account for erection sequence and can handle special loading conditions such as floor thermal expansion/contraction. It can also automatically include live load reduction.

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Our Software Features

ur software products are designed to help precast specialty engineers design precast elements in an easy, quick, and accurate way. Our products are rich with features including an elegant 3D interface, imperial and metric units, multiple material options, comprehensive text reports, multiple viewing options, code compliance check, geometry validation, and drawing production. They follow the standard practice and codes govern the engineering design of precast concrete structures in the United States, Canada, and other countries adopting any of these codes.

Precast Conncection Software

Precast Connection Software is a computer program for the design of precast connections. The program checks the capacity of each of the connection components including weld, rebar, plates, studs, and concrete. It is based on the PCI Handbook /ACI 318 Code. The program also produces both the cast-in and the field hardware drawings and generates a comprehensive calculation report. The current version of the program contains eight different connections types.

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