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Intergraph Acquires GT STRUDL

GT STRUDL data displayGT STRUDL, a structural engineering software system developed at Georgia Tech, has been acquired by Intergraph.

A structural engineering software system developed at Georgia Tech has been acquired by Intergraph®, a leading producer of engineering enterprise software. GT STRUDL®, a computer-aided structural engineering software system that assists engineers in the structural analysis and design process, was developed in the 1970s and has been maintained and updated by Georgia Tech for nearly 40 years.

Developed by the CASE Center within the Georgia Tech School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, GT STRUDL integrates graphical modeling, frame and finite element linear and nonlinear static and dynamic analysis, structural frame design, graphical analysis and design result display, and structural database management all into a menu-driven information processing system.

The system is used in a variety of areas such as nuclear power and nuclear defense industries, conventional power generation, offshore structures, marine applications, and general civil engineering.

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