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History of SCIA Engineer

SCIA Engineer 18 brings a large number of new features and improvements dedicated to boosting your productivity.

SCIA Engineer 17 brings a large number of new features and improvements dedicated to boosting your productivity.

SCIA Engineer 16 brings a vast number of enhancements, extensions and modifications that extend throughout the whole workflow of the structural engineer.

Version 15.3  comes with several breakthrough features, and dozens of improvements in many areas of the software.

  • Steel-Concrete Composite Structures
  • Steel Connections
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures
  • General Improvements

“Expanding Design”: The latest version of Scia’s structural analysis and design software delivers capabilities to move beyond the traditional limits of 3D structural analysis software by integrating engineering design workflow, even with customized modifications.

  • Enhancements and extensions in code-design capabilities
  • Increase of effectiveness of your day-to-day work
  • Checking of reinforced concrete cross-sections with Scia Concrete Section

New features in Scia Engineer, like Engineering Report, Open Checks, Scia Design Forms as well as many other functionality extensions bring structural engineers new opportunities

  • Design documentation - Engineering Report
  • Seismic Design of Buildings
  • Scia Design Forms
  • Other improvements in Scia Engineer 201
  • Multi-material design with new EN1995 Timber integration
  • Interoperability with focus on Open BIM
  • Advanced analysis with integrated design
  • Maintenance, user experience & improvements
  • Eurocodes Leadership
  • Interoperability and Open BIM
  • User Experience
  • Special Tools

Version 2010 of Scia Engineer represents a major release and comes with a set of new modules as well as with numerous improvements across the whole program. Some of the topics...

  • Interoperab
  • Internationalization
  • Arrival of the Eurocodes
  • Innovation
  • 3D wind load generator
  • Effective design of buildings
  • Modelling and interoperability
  • Design of concrete structures
  • More...

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