MT Solar took advantage of the quick and easy modeling, analysis, and design tools offered in SkyCiv to build a prototype that would be universally used throughout the United States.
MonkeyToe has been looking at improving efficiencies and workflow of these structures, which is what brought them to SkyCiv and their interest in the Structural Engineering API.
Mitch was tasked with re-evaluating all of the original members and coming up with a cost effective solution to increase the efficiency of the air cool condenser design.
See how New Zealand based Engineering Firm MonkeyToe implemented the SkyCiv API to “streamline their workflows and speed up their design process by 90%.”
The Dream Machine Project is a three-story children’s climbing structure located in Washington, DC. The creative idea came from Gyroscope Studios of Oakland, California.
Our frequent users at Made for Trade in the UK used SkyCiv Structural 3D to model and analyze this roof frame for verification from governing bodies.
SkyCiv Structural 3D was provided to all 500 students in the course, enabling them to model, analyze and design their structures using simulation.
Located in rural North Yorkshire in England, this unique project with it's "three-sided glazing" was considered a large residential luxury development.
Ever wondered how close an FEA analysis model is to real life? Learn more as a SkyCiv User compares the results of an SkyCiv Beam analysis model to a real life beam deflection measurement.
Learn more about how Structural Engineers from the Czech Republic designed this modular truss section using Structural 3D experimenting with steel rods and cables to determine the best design for the truss.
Myles is a consultant engineer working mainly on a variety of offshore oil projects in Louisiana, USA. Using SkyCiv Beam, Myles was able to save a total of $15,000 in consultant fees.
This boiler tank lid design uses 1,500 plates and is a great example of how SkyCiv’s Plate Analysis can be used to model complex 3D shapes, without requiring access to full CAD and FEA software.
The versatility of SkyCiv Beam can be seen in this chassis analysis; performed on a 6m long truck rig. The analysis was run by mechanical engineers at Jason Underwood Design of Victoria, Australia.
This featured project shows off SkyCiv’s Structural 3D capabilities and is a very eye-appealing complex steel structure. The detailed structure consists of a whopping 920 nodes and 1560 members.
The Science Olympiad tournament is an annual school student contest across the United States. The SkyCiv platform was widely used in last year’s structural engineering events
Event Riggers use Truss Platform like the example featured here. This structure consisting of members and cables, loaded with area loads of 0.148 ksf and 0.1 ksf respectively.
This two storey RC building consists of 16 plate members. One interesting feature about this structure is the extension of the support to include the depth of the footing
At SkyCiv, we've been committed to innovating and challenging existing workflows to save engineers time in their work processes and designs.
“The ease of use and the presentation of the results are both awesome. I have had ongoing interaction with the support team and everyone is excellent!”
Mitch Frumkin, CEO of Kipcon
"It is used for various civil and mechanical engineering courses and the students love it. We are happy with the continuous updates to SkyCiv as well, highly recommended."
Dr Kenneth R. Leitch, Assoc. Prof. at Texas A&M
“SkyCiv has been a great tool to help efficiently and clearly document and update design results for a member of a small company with multiple responsibilities.”
Lydia Fahrenkrug, Engineer at MT Solar
“It was easily the most intuitive package available to learn; it is particularly easy to build the 3D model and define nodes, members, supports, materials, sections, then apply loads & combinations.”
Stuart Agars, Managing Director of Struct-Sure Limited
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