CSI PERFORM-3D v6.0.0
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CSI PERFORM-3D v6.0.0
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CSI PERFORM-3D v6.0.0

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Traditionally, earthquake-resistant design has been strength-based, using linear elastic analysis. Since inelastic behavior is usually allowed for strong earthquakes, this is not entirely rational. Strength-based design considers inelastic behavior only implicitly. Displacement-based (or deformation-based) design considers inelastic behavior explicitly, using nonlinear inelastic analysis. Displacement-based design recognizes that in a strong earthquake, inelastic deformation (or ductility) can be more important than strength. PERFORM-3D allows you to use displacement-based design.

Procedures for displacement-based design using inelastic analysis are specified in ASCE 41, “Seismic Rehabilitation of Existing Buildings”. ASCE 41 applies to the retrofit of existing buildings, but the procedures can be applied to the design of new buildings. PERFORM-3D implements the procedures in ASCE 41. However, PERFORM-3D is a general tool for implementing displacement-based design. It is not limited to ASCE 41.


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Hello everyone,

The license key expired on December 21. Does anyone have a new kegen?

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(12-22-2017, 04:49 PM)andre85 Wrote: Hello everyone,

The license key expired on December 21. Does anyone have a new kegen?

Thanks.

Hi,

you can use the software "RUNASDATE" (search in the web) and you can use All CSI software forever. So do I.

Best regards.
Zipatton
An engineer must think of the worse, and he must do the best.
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