Westward ho!! I can’t believe we covered all that ground!
(A word of warning to my regular readers, there’s not a lot of engineering or software content in this issue of my blog. Even I have to take a vacation some time!)
I spent last week doing a three-generation road trip from Houston to San Francisco – with my mother, my daughter, and me all crammed in a Toyota Prius for over 2400 miles across some of the most interesting terrain that this country – or any other – has to offer. Continue reading →
Generate Load Combinations as per ASCE 7
CloudCalc is pleased to announce the release of Version 1.02.18, the application’s 38th update since its initial launch on June 2, 2014. You can verify that you automatically have this latest version by clicking on the Help Menu – the bottom of which shows the active version number. (If, for some reason it does not show this version, you may need to force a hard-refresh of your browser, via Ctrl-F5 on a PC, or Cmd-Shift-R on a Mac.)
This release allows you to automatically generate the CloudCalc Load Case set as per the recommendations for Basic LRFD Load Case Combinations found in Section 2.3.2 of ASCE Standard ASCE 7-10/16. Continue reading →
Act quickly if you want to save big on a one year subscription to CloudCalc Structural!
We want to remind you that our introductory offer on CloudCalc Structural will be expiring on May 31, in just about two weeks. If you think you might want to subscribe to CloudCalc — Structural Analysis in the Cloud — any time in the near future, this may be the best time to do so. Continue reading →