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April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND STAAD Integration between Tekla Structures and STAAD improve the workflow in the design phase at engineering offices. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, whereas the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in STAAD. After analysis in STAAD, the data results, for example section property changes are automatically integrated back into Tekla Structures model. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into STAAD at any time, while changes from STAAD can re-update the Tekla model and engineering drawings. The integration between Tekla Structures and STAAD is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The main features of the integrated solution are Tekla Structures can transfer all objects such as members, plates and walls in different materials the 3D structural model into STAAD. The analysis is started Tekla Structures can generate automatically an analytical model that can be transferred directly or after modification to STAAD STAAD can transfer the existing loads and load combinations to Tekla Structures. STAAD includes functions for optimization and analysis of the structure. Tekla Structures can use the optimized cross-sections from the STAAD analysis model The engineering drawings can be produced at any time from Tekla Structures The end forces transferred from STAAD can be used by Tekla Structures for further connection design and detailing. Changes of Tekla analysis model can be merged to the existing STAAD model - for example regarding new members that have been added to the Tekla Structures model. Objects and definitions which have been added in the STAAD will be retained.

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April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND SAP2000 Integration between Tekla Structures and SAP2000 improve the workflow in the design phase at engineering offices. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, whereas the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in SAP2000. After analysis in SAP2000, the design results, for example section property changes are automatically integrated back into Tekla Structures model. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into SAP2000 at any time, while changes from SAP2000 can re-update the Tekla model and engineering drawings. The integration between Tekla Structures and SAP2000 is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The information that can be transferred from Tekla Structures to SAP2000 is: Nodes, members, slabs, walls, node supports, member releases, element releases Rigid links Loads, such as self weight, node load, concentrated member load, distributed member load, slab/wall loads Materials Cross sections Design parameters The information that can be transferred from SAP2000 to Tekla Structures is Changed section Member end forces and intermediate forces for all load cases Member displacements for all load cases Design results such as steel unity ratio, calculated reinforcement areas Changes of Tekla analysis model can be merged to the existing SAP2000 model - for example regarding new members that have been added to the Tekla Structures model. Objects and definitions which have been added in the SAP2000 will be retained.

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April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND S-FRAME Integration between Tekla Structures and S-FRAME improve the workflow in the design phase at engineering offices. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, whereas the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in S-FRAME. After analysis in S-FRAME, the design results, for example section property changes are automatically integrated back into Tekla Structures model. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into S-FRAME at any time. The integration between Tekla Structures and S-FRAME is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The main features of the integrated solution are Tekla Structures can transfer all objects such as members, plates and walls in different materials the 3D structural model into S-FRAME. The analysis is started Tekla Structures can generate automatically an analytical model that can be transferred directly or after modification to S-FRAME S-FRAME can transfer the existing loads and load combinations to Tekla Structures. S-FRAME includes all functions for optimization and documentation. Tekla Structures can use the optimized cross-sections from the S-FRAME analysis model The engineering drawings can be produced at any time from Tekla Structures The end forces transferred from S-FRAME can be used by Tekla Structures for further connection design and detailing.

April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND GT STRUDL Integration between Tekla Structures and GT STRUDL improves the design workflow for structural engineering firms. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, where the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in GT STRUDL. After the analysis in GT STRUDL, the design results like section property changes are automatically integrated back into the Tekla Structures model for 3D coordination and drawing creation. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into GT STRUDL at any time. The integration between Tekla Structures and GT STRUDL is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The main features of the integrated solution are: Tekla Structures can transfer all multi-material objects such as members, plates and walls from the 3D structural model into GT STRUDL. Tekla Structures can generate automatically an analytical model that can be transferred directly or after modification to GT STRUDL GT STRUDL can transfer the existing loads and load combinations to Tekla Structures. GT STRUDL includes all functions for structural analysis, design and documentation. Tekla Structures can use the optimized cross-sections from the GT STRUDL analysis model to automatically update the Tekla engineering drawings The end forces transferred from GT STRUDL can be used by Tekla Structures for further connection design and detailing.

April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND RFEM / RSTAB Integration between Tekla Structures and RFEM / RSTAB improves the workflow in the design phase at engineering offices. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, whereas the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in RFEM / RSTAB. After analysis in RFEM / RSTAB, the design results, for example section property changes are automatically integrated back into Tekla Structures model. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into RFEM / RSTAB at any time. The integration between Tekla Structures and RFEM / RSTAB is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The main features of the integrated solution are Direct transfer of the structural 3D model objects such as members, plates and walls in different materials from Tekla to Dlubal RFEM / RSTAB. Automatic generation of an analytical model from Tekla Structures with intelligent linking of eccentric components. Import of existing loads and load combinations from Tekla Structures to RFEM / RSTAB. The analysis of the structure in RFEM / RSTAB includes all the options for optimization and documentation. Tekla Structures can use the optimized cross-sections from the RFEM / RSTAB analysis model Transfer of the extreme internal forces from the structural analysis on the member ends for further use in connection design and detailing within Tekla Structures.

April 16th 2007 DESCRIPTION: INTEGRATION OF TEKLA STRUCTURES AND ROBOT MILLENNIUM Integration between Tekla Structures and ROBOT Millennium improve the workflow in the design phase at engineering offices. The modeling of the physical structure starts in Tekla Structures, whereas the engineer will achieve an understanding about how the structure is put together. With loads, support conditions and other analysis properties set up in Tekla Structures, the model can then be analyzed in ROBOT Millennium. After analysis in ROBOT Millennium, the design results, for example section property changes are automatically integrated back into Tekla Structures model. As project changes occur, the updated Tekla Structures model can be re-analyzed and incorporated into ROBOT Millennium at any time, while changes from ROBOT Millennium can re-update the Tekla model and engineering drawings. The integration between Tekla Structures and ROBOT Millennium is done through standard Open Application Programming Interfaces (API) that enables roundtrip functionality and good maintainability of the integrated workflow.

The information that can be transferred from Tekla Structures to ROBOT Millennium is: Nodes, members, slabs, walls, node supports, member releases, element releases Rigid links Loads, such as self weight, node load, concentrated member load, distributed member load, slab/wall loads Materials Cross sections Design parameters The information that can be transferred from ROBOT Millennium to Tekla Structures is Changed section Member end forces and intermediate forces for all load cases Member displacements for all load cases Design results such as steel unity ratio, calculated reinforcement areas Changes of Tekla analysis model can be merged to the existing ROBOT Millennium model - for example regarding new members that have been added to the Tekla Structures model. Objects and definitions which have been added in the ROBOT Millennium will be retained.