SCIA ENGINEER 21 is a giant leap in structural engineering software design. Forget about cluttered and overwhelming interface, fixed workflows, limited customisation and insufficient working space. SCIA Engineer 21 brings a revolutionary new interface with leading-edge ergonomics and unequalled efficiency gains that is easily customised to suit the way you work. It makes your work faster and easier.
The revolutionary new interface with leading-edge ergonomics and unequalled efficiency gains presented in SCIA Engineer 21 has been further fine tuned to make your work even faster and easier. SCIA Engineer 21.1 comes with a brand-new marking menu as well as a broad collection of other improvements, extensions and updates.
With revolution changes in the user interface of SCIA Engineer V21, there is also a deep focus on simplifying the things to reach a better user experience in useability. Related to concrete and steel services, we tried to realize that in all sorts of ways.
SCIA Engineer 20 brings a comprehensive collection of improvements that will help you design concrete and steel structures even faster and more effortlessly than before. These new capabilities help structural engineers save the valuable time and produce a safe, reliable and economical design with a minimum of manual effort.
With more than 30 years of experience with the Eurocodes, SCIA Engineer includes numerous functionalities, methods and references, prescribed by these standards. The design according to the Eurocodes in SCIA Engineer extends through multiple program modules, most of which are dedicated to a particular Eurocode part. Most modules allow for nationally determined parameters.
Besides the implementation of the Eurocode methodology, SCIA Engineer contains a library of national annexes where country-specific methods and parameters are available. The Manager for National Annexes allows the user to verify and adapt nationally determined parameters.
Within SCIA Engineer it is possible to automatically generate load combinations according to recent International Building Codes (IBC 2012 & 2006) as well as the specification for Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures (ASCE 7-10 & 7-05).
SCIA Engineer is more and more interested in the overseas market. Besides the implementation for the US market there are also many improvements for design and check functionalities for concrete and steel structure according to the Brazilian code (NBR).
Serviceability design criteria are important for people's comfort, as well as the integrity of separation walls, façades and other non-load-bearing elements and finishes. This is why we put an additional focus on this aspect of the design of steel members and we extended the existing check of Relative deflection.