SOFiSTiK offers a McNeel Rhinoceros Interface to utilise Rhino object for finite element analysis and design. This interface was extended with Grasshopper components to build highly parametric structures and to analyse them.
Unleash the full range of features in SOFiSTiK and learn about the text editor Teddy. This reference collection helps you to get started with the most powerful interface of SOFiTiK, the text interface.
The SOFiSTiK Bridge + Infrastructure Modeler for Revit supports you in building bridge models with a few clicks. In this post, you can find a collection of links to get you started with the Revit plugin.
In this post, you can find a reference list on how to get started in bridge design in SOFiSTiK FEA.
The simplest option to learn the workflow and principles of SOFiSTiK is to start with the AutoCAD SOFiPLUS workflow. Besides, it is the most common workflow.
In this post, you can find links to various references to get familiar with the SOFiSTiK and Autodesk Revit workflow.
Design elements are independent of a member’s finite element discretisation and help allow you to define design sections at any position along a structural line.
Learn about one of the implemented design methods for quad elements in SOFiSTiK – the Baumann method. On a single element, you will see the input in BEMESS, results and a comparison with a hand calculation.
Learn about how to copy loads out from the database after having run a live load analysis with the Traffic Loader Task / ELLA.
The Combination Tracing command in the program module MAXiMA allows tracing combinations. It retrieves detailed information on contributing single load cases.