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September 13, 2017

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In RISAFoundation v9, you can add a vertical offset for slabs or beams.  Traditionally, RISA uses centerline analysis which aligns all elements at their centerline.  This is a common structural analysis assumption as the loads will get transferred to the centerline even if there is difference in the sizes. In certain circumstances, it becomes necessary […]

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July 26, 2017

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RISA is always looking at the installation process and trying to find ways to make it easy and user‐friendly. We have just released a new installation process for Perpetual Networks that will help streamline the install process. In previous versions, it was required to run the installer on the server first. That would unzip files […]

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July 17, 2015

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RISA-Revit 2016 Link Adds New Features RISA is pleased to announce the release of the RISA-Revit 2016 Link. This new version includes a long list of improvements, including integration with RISAFoundation and the ability to export rebar from RISA to Revit. The connection with Revit 2016 also provides two way linking with RISAFloor ES for […]

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June 25, 2015

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What’s new in these releases RISA-3D Version 13.0.1 RISAFloor Version 9.0.1 RISAFoundation Version 7.0.1 RISAConnection Version 5.0.1 View release notes How to update These updates are available at no cost to customers under maintenance. Renewing maintenance ensures you receive all of the new RISA software releases and have access to RISA’s top notch technical support. […]

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June 16, 2015

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This video will demonstrate how to capture the animation from RISA-3D into a movie format.  The deflected shape, moving loads and mode shapes can all be shown as a animation.  This feature will now allow you to export this animation to a AVI format.

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