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October 4, 2018

RISA-3D v17.0 now has the ability to model partial fixity member end releases. Partial fixity end releases can be utilized in RISA to model the behavior of a partially restrained or semi-rigid connection that cannot be idealized as fully fixed or pinned. Partially restrained connections are common in seismic moment frame systems and their semi-rigid […]

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October 2, 2018

The new AWC NDS 2018 code has been implemented into RISA-3D v17.0 and RISAFloor v13.0. To select this code for your design, simply choose this code from the Codes tab within Global Model Settings.   After solution, the results are available in the Design Results spreadsheet. You can also verify the code selection used in […]

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September 20, 2018

RISAFoundation v11.0 now includes the added ability to enter a passive pressure for slabs. The passive pressure represents soil pressure along the perimeter of the slab and will contribute to the sliding resistance of the slab. RISAFoundation will multiply the passive pressure by the vertical area along the slab’s perimeter in both the slab’s local […]

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September 13, 2018

The new AISC 360-16 15th Edition changes have been implemented into RISA-3D v17.0 and RISAFloor v13.0. To select this code for your design, simply choose them from the Codes tab within the Global Model Settings. A few notable changes in RISA between the 14th Edition and 15th Edition of the AISC code include: Updated shape database […]

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September 6, 2018

RISAFloor v13.0 now includes the added ability to graphically copy elements from one floor to another floor. This feature will expedite the modeling process by giving designers much more control over which beams, columns, walls and joints are carried over to another floor. To access the tool, click on the Copy Selected Items  button to open […]

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