SuperFLUSH, analysis program for two/three-dimensional dynamic soil-structure interactions

When analyzing dynamic soil-structure interaction, it is necessary to take into account the semi-infiniteness and nonlinearity of the ground.
SuperFLUSH, which features special functions for boundary analysis and equivalent linear analysis of the ground, is widely used for its analysis code that handles dynamic soil-structure interaction.

Keywords

Architect and Civil Engineer,Dynamic Interactive Analysis,Earthquake Simulation,Environmental Vibration,Equivalent Linear Analysis,Finite Element Method,Slope Stability Analysis,Soil

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Solution Overview

Features

Interface to MSC/NASTRAN

Through the interface, MSC/NASTRAN input data can be used as mesh data in a variety of finite-element method pre- and post-programs.
In addition, it is possible to export analysis results in the MSC/NASTRAN analysis result file format.

Overview of Features

Analysis results can be output in the following file formats.

  • CSV format (time history, transfer function, response spectrum)
  • Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force Fixed format (time history, transfer function, response spectrum)
  • Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force
  • MSC/NASTRAN analysis result file format
  • Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force
* SuperFLUSH Series was developed jointly by Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc. and Jishin Kogaku Kenkyusho, Inc.
* Names of companies and products mentioned herein are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.

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