What is Your Civil/Structural Engineering Software Doing and How Can You Get it to Do More?

Webinar date: 
Tue 24 March 2015 - 14:00 to 15:00 CET
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A big criticism of Civil/Structural design software is the lack of transparency in the checks these programs perform. Checks are "black boxes." Sure, you get a pass/fail result, but what does this really mean? What formulas or methods is the software using to derive the result? How can you verify the check?

And, what happens if your engineering judgment is different from what the software provides? Or, you need a check that your software doesn't support?

Join us to learn about a game changing, Open Check technology that is allowing engineers to:

  • See exactly what formulas and methods are being used to derive a check
  • Easily script custom checks to extend their 3D FEA workflow.
  • Consolidate the number of engineering programs that a firms has to use.

Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance from Nemetschek Scia that they can use to self-report PHD credit.

The webinar is sponsored by Nemetschek Scia and
free for ENGINEERING.com members.

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Ben Follett


Ben Follett, PE is a Structural Engineering Consultant with Nemetschek Scia where he helps engineering firms streamline and integrate their 3D engineering workflows.  Prior to his work in the software industry, Ben was a Structural Associate with Michael Baker Corporation, an Engineering News Record top 50 AE firm.


Earn Professional Development Hours for attending.
Attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that they can use to self-report PHD credit.