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May 17, 2018

RISA is pleased to announce the release of the latest RISA-Revit Link which is compatible with Revit 2019. The RISA-Revit Link v19.0 allows seamless integration between RISAFloor, RISA-3D, and Autodesk Revit Structure. The latest version now includes the ability to import beam reinforcement details from RISAFloor and RISA-3D into Revit. This version of the link […]

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May 10, 2018

RISA-3D v16 now includes the added ability to view foundations designed in RISAFoundation.  This feature proves useful as it gives a way for engineers to see if foundations have been sized appropriately for the loading from RISA-3D.  For more information about how foundations can be shown in RISA-3D, view the video posted to YouTube.

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May 3, 2018

RISAFoundation Version 10.0 now includes the added ability to move selected foundation elements. This includes beams, wall footings, piles, pedestals, slabs, etc. To access the tool, click on the Move Selected Items  button to open the dialog box. There are 3 primary ways to move elements with this tool: Move by Point Location selection allows a […]

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April 26, 2018

RISAFloor ES has the ability to check the Long Term Deflection with Creep and Shrinkage. The program uses an iterative method to adjust the plate stiffness until it converges upon a solution. You can setup all the necessary coefficients and factors in the Model Settings (as shown below). Once you run solution on a RISAFloor […]

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April 19, 2018

RISAConnection Version 8.0 now offers Vertical Brace Diagonal Connections, the Vertical Chevron Brace Connection, and the Knee Brace Connection according to the Canadian (CSA S16-09 or CSA S16-14) design codes.   The design of these connections is similar to designs already implemented for the AISC design codes including; load analysis types, limit state checks, Whitmore […]

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