In over 30 years of use, GT STRUDL has become one of the most widely accepted programs for the structural analyst and structural engineer. GT STRUDL is used on a regular basis by thousands of engineers in over 30 countries.
Some of the key features of GT STRUDL include:
Graphical creation of frame and finite element models
Model wizard for the easy creation of many common structures
Data sheets to define / view / edit / sort information in a spreadsheet format
Graphical display of results including static and animated deformations and mode shapes, steel code check results, force and moment diagrams, and stress contours
Steel design for US and international design codes
Concrete design for US and British codes
Linear dynamic analysis including response spectrum, transient, steady state and harmonic loadings
Elastic buckling analysis
Nonlinear static and dynamic analysis with nonlinear springs, geometric nonlinearity for members, and nonlinear cable elements
All of these features are supported by a dedicated and experienced staff that is committed to helping our users.
Five distinct courses are offered covering many of the features noted above. Each course has at least 3 hours of workshop each day of the course. For additional information, please contact the CASE-Center at (404)894-2260. These courses are intended for all current and prospective users of GT STRUDL. Courses for the novice and experienced users are available.
GT STRUDL Training classes are held at the Georgia Tech - CASE Center, in Atlanta, Georgia, on a biannual basis.
GT STRUDL specialized On-Site Training is available upon request. Contact the Georgia Tech - CASE Center to discuss your specific training needs at (404)894-2260.
2013 - GT STRUDL
Hands-On Training Schedule
2013 Training Schedule
August 5 - 7
August 8 - 9
August 12 - 13
August 12 - 13
August 14 - 15
Training On-Line Registration
Training Brochure (PDF file)
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