The software VCmaster now supports structural engineers with design aids to BS EN 1992

Calculation templates for design of concrete structures are now available

How to use a template.
(PresseBox) ( Fellbach (Stuttgart), )
In line with its motto “Nothing beats a great template.” Veit Christoph GmbH, a software company specializing in computer programs for engineers now delivers its leading-edge software VCmaster complete with a large number of interactive design aids to BS EN.

These ready for use templates have been thoroughly researched and verified and are now available amongst others for design of concrete structures according to BS EN 1992.
They are extensively annotated with corresponding parameters for components, profiles, coefficients and materials being stored in a large number of linked databases. All design aids are freely editable, thus fully customizable to the individual needs of the engineering office.

VCmaster is seamlessly integrated into the familiar planning process, with several interfaces guaranteeing data transfer from virtually every external software application. With VCmaster algorithms can be generated quickly and without prior programming knowledge. Additionally formulae are presented in a precise mathematical form.

Implementing VCmaster with its clever calculation templates into the daily work-flow will not only help save time, but ultimately will help cutting down on operating costs.
For more information about the design aids according to BS EN 1992 please visit www.vcmaster.com.
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