STATIK is a program for the linear-elastic analysis of general three dimensional frame structures according to the theories of first and second order and despite the variety of possibilities in static modelling and in the evaluation of results it is characterised by very straightforward and uniform operation. Together with its additional modules it is a comprehensive tool for the analyses of plane and spacial framework structures.
|STATIK consists of the following modules:
|[Innovations see below]
Base module and option 3 for spacial structures
The base module for plane frames together with the optional 3D extension build an efficient tool for solving all usual static problems of structures consisting of rods. The base module of FAGUS is used to define cross sections. It offers a rolled profiles library, a series of parametric cross sections and the possibility to define arbitrary cross sections. more...
Nonlinearities (Option N)
This module allows to include nonlinear support components (only positive or negative reaction forces or moments possible) as well as nonlinear truss members (taking only tension or compression forces). more...
Dynamics, Earthquake Analyses (Option D)
The module covers the evaluation of natural vibrations (frequencies and mode shapes) and earthquake analyses using the lateral force method or the modal response specturm analysis. more...
Prestressing (Option V)
The prestressing module supports the analysis of prestressed beam structures like beam bridges (pre- or post-tensioned). more...
Specialities (Option S)
This option offers the following features: axix points, structure lines, construction stages, stability analysis and externally bonded reinforcement. more...
Reinforced COncrete Analysis
Analysis of Steel Bars
Features and Properties shared by all Cubus Programs
All Cubus programs use shared modules like the CubusExplorer for organizing the computation data, the CubusViewer for printing and print preview and most of them also share the same graphics editor for the input of graphical objects. more...
What was new in the former generations of STATIK
The collected changes compared to the predecessor generation are listed here.