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SkyCiv Beam

SkyCiv Beam is a powerful beam software that allows users to quickly calculate the reactions, bending moment, shear force, deflection and stresses. It is also integrated with a number of design codes for steel, wood and concrete materials. Including: AISC 360, ACI 318, AS 4100, AS 3600, EN2, EN3, CSA S-16 and many more...


SkyCiv Structural 3D (S3D)

SkyCiv Structural 3D is SkyCiv's most powerful software. Structural 3D (S3D) allows engineers to model, analyze and design almost any structure. The software is a full FEA software that can perform linear analysis, P-delta, buckling, cable and plate analysis. It is fully integrated with design modules that allow you to design steel members, concrete members, connections, foundations and supports libraries of load combinations as per the US, Australia, UK, Europe and Canada.


SkyCiv Section Builder

SkyCiv's Section Builder is a powerful FEA cross-section analysis software that is offered as standalone as well as fully integrated with S3D and SkyCiv Beam. The software can analyse built-up shapes, composite material sections, libraries from US, EU, AU, UK and CAN, import DXF and custom shapes.

SkyCiv Design Modules

SkyCiv offers a range of design modules for a number of regions incuding the US, Australia, Europe and Canada. These are generally released in the form of standalone (not connected to analysis software) and Integrated (loaded on top of our analysis software - SkyCiv Beam and SkyCiv Structural 3D)