RAM Concept v8i Release 3.4
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RAM Concept v8i Release 3.4
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RAM Concept v8i Release 3.4

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RAM Concept is an analysis and design program that uses the finite element method for elevated concrete floor systems, or mat foundations. The floors or mats can be post-tensioned concrete (PT), reinforced concrete (RC), or hybrid (a mixture of PT and RC). Concept is extremely powerful and allows you to design an entire floor in one model, or design individual strips or beams.


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