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Made in C++, Indeterminate Beam Analysis Program (IBAP) is a structural beam analysis application dedicated to Civil, Structural and Mechanical Engineers, as well as those who design beams and study Engineering since it can be used in both professional and academical environments.
You can use this tool to calculate BM (bending moment), SF (shear force), deflection and slope. It can be accessed from the command-line interface, which means that those who are more familiarized with the graphical environment might have a hard time adjusting to this utility.
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It's not necessary to go through an installation phase, as you can extract the files from the downloaded package and just double-click the executable to open a Command Prompt window and execute commands. This means that you can also keep IBAP stored on a USB flash drive to effortlessly run it on any PC, especially since it's lightweight. There are no software requirements involved.
In the main window, you can analyze the sign conventions and supply the upward or downward directed loads (any) as +ve or -ve values, where +ve means sagging and (any) can be assigned to pt_load, support_load, udl, uvl_1 (triangular load starting from left with zero load) and uvl_2 (vice versa).
It's possible to set the clockwise pt_moments as +ve values or counterclockwise as -ve, clockwise rotation to positive as well as downward deflection to negative. All units of load=kN, distance=m and angle=radian are supported.
The beam file is automatically opened in your default text editor, where you can calculate Young's modulus of elasticity, moment of inertia and total length of beam. Furthermore, you can view the support and load files (CSV format), set the model, run an analysis and user-point analysis, as well as view the output.
We haven't come across any issues in our tests, and IBAP had minimal impact on the computer's performance. All things considered, Indeterminate Beam Analysis Program has straightforward commands for those interested in structural beam analysis. Help documentation is included.