Accession Number : ADA254137


Title :   Concept Design Example, Computer Aided Structural Modeling (CASM); Report 3, Scheme C


Descriptive Note : Instruction rept.,


Corporate Author : WICKERSHEIMER ENGINEERS INC CHAMPAIGN IL


Personal Author(s) : Wickersheimer, David ; McDermott, Gene ; Roth, Carl ; Pace, Michael


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a254137.pdf


Report Date : Jun 1992


Pagination or Media Count : 179


Abstract : This is one in a series of three manuals designed to instruct in the use of the Computer Aided Structural Modeling (CASM) computer program. The manuals are composed of flowcharts which show step-by-step procedures for executing a broad range of CASM capabilities. CASM is a computer program designed to aid the structural engineer in the preliminary design and evaluation of structural building systems by the use of three-dimensional (3-D) interactive graphics. This manual contains one of three different framing schemes for the same 1-2 story office building. The examples contain a complete range of capabilities to permit framing comparisons, including 3-D geometry modeling, criteria specifications, development of loads (snow, wind, seismic, dead, and live), drawing structural elements, preliminary analysis and design of structural elements, and quantity take-offs.


Descriptors :   *ENGINEERING , *STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING , *OFFICE BUILDINGS , COMPUTER PROGRAMS , SPECIFICATIONS , COMPUTERS , QUANTITY , LOADS(FORCES) , STRUCTURAL RESPONSE , GEOMETRY , INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS , STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS , INSTRUCTIONS , ENGINEERS , GRAPHICS , COMPARISON , BUILDINGS , STRENGTH(MECHANICS) , THREE DIMENSIONAL , SNOW


Subject Categories : Computer Programming and Software
      Structural Engineering and Building Technology


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE