Fortran Programming
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Fortran Programming
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Hello everyone, as seeing nobody posting any programming material related to engineering, I personally offer to open a discussion and open exchange of programming tips on Fortran language, that as many of you know already, has been the choice of the professionals since its inception, not just for engineering but for astronomy and earth sciences, physics, chemical and biological sciences.

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SEISAB

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Program: SEISAB

Title:  Seismic Analysis of Bridges

Developer: Imbsen & Associates, Sacramento, California 1984.

Category:  Bridge Analysis and Design

Platform: VAX,VMS,F77; IBM,VM/CMS,Fort4H

Reference: "SEISAB-1 User Manual and Example Problems," Engineering Computer
Corporation, Sacramento, California, January 1984.

Summary: SEISAB was specifically developed for the seismic analysis of
bridges. The overall objectives in developing SEISAB were to provide the
practicing bridge engineer with a usable design tool and vehicle for
implementing the latest aseismic design methodologies into the bridge
engineering profession.

SEISAB contains both the single mode and multi-mode response spectrum
techniques included in the AASHTO "Standard Specifications for Highway
Bridges" and in the "Seismic Design Guidelines for Highway Bridges,"
which has been adopted by AASHTO as a design guideline. SEISAB can be
used to analyze simply supported or continuous deck girder-type bridges
with no practical limitation on the number of spans or the number of
columns at a bent. In addition, earthquake restrainer units may be placed
between adjacent structural segments. Horizontal alignments composed of
a combination of tangent and curved segments are easily described using
alignment data taken directly from roadway plans. SEISAB has generating
capabilities that will, with a minimum amount of input data, automatically
provide a model consistent with the model currently being used to conduct
dynamic analyses. Seismic loadings in the form of response spectra are
stored in the system and may be easily referenced by the user. The central
theme underlying the development of SEISAB was to provide the bridge
designer with an effective means of user-program communication using a
problem-oriented language developed specifically for the bridge engineer.
User input data is thoroughly checked for syntax and consistency prior to
conducting an analysis and numerous default values are assumed for the data
not entered by the user.

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