Visualise your
analysis with fully
rendered modelling

Using a modern and compact interface, input and visualise your analysis model quickly and intuitively in the fully rendered modelling environment.

  • Complete model visualisation in both the input and results stages
  • Up to 500 nodes

Full range of features for speed and efficiency

  • Display materials and render solids within the same model environment (no switching views or windows)
  • Create custom sections using the section builder
  • Share a view angle between models
  • Full range of selection features including copy, mirror, and move

Linear and Second
Order Analysis

Both linear and various approaches to second order analysis are provided.

Linear analysis automatically warns the user when deflections exceed definable limits, or the equilibrium review suggests a second order approach is appropriate.

  • Display the linear and second order results side-by-side
  • Direct Iterative, Incremental, Incremental Iterative and Geometric Stiffness approaches

Document integration
with Structural Toolkit
for ease of use

Being within the Structural Toolkit environment allows an Analysis document to be added to the project like any other member. It can be renamed, copied, modified and opened in a second document tab to compare the results.

  • Have multiple analysis and design tabs open simultaneously
  • Preview and print using the familiar ribbon bars

Which version is best for you?

Analysis Lite is available to all users of Structural Toolkit with a current subscription.

Analysis Lite allows linear analysis utilising up to 4 nodes, any number of load combinations, simple restraints and simple member releases. This will allow you to analysis a continuous beam with up to 3 spans, or a brace frame.

Analysis Standard may be purchased at the time of purchase of Structural Toolkit, or as a later upgrade.

Node limitations Create up to 500 node models Max
Structure Type Create 2D and 3D structures 2D x & y axis 3D x, y & z axis
Simple Restraints Create and visualise pinned and roller restraints    
Complex Restraints Create prescribed displacements, springs and rotated supports  
Linear Analysis Undertake a linear analysis including configurable deflection warnings and checks for second order suitability    
Second Order Analysis Analysis by a number of methods for second order allowing node displacement effects  
Access standard section libraries Select from the same set of steel and timber members you are familiar with in Structural Toolkit    
Sort, re-order and rename entities To insert that missed loadcase for example, name objects with meaning    
Result Points Provide a result point without the requirement for adding a node  
Groups Create groups to display a smaller, less congested result set  

* May be limited by system memory and processor capabilities