Wiki2022-06-29T13:06:27+02:00

Wiki

StruSoft have published various Wiki websites to help give you more knowledge about our main software programs.

There you can find all kinds of information which is much more in depth including software module explainers, workflows, theories, the latest release news and updates.

There are 4 x separate websites available for the following software: FEM-Design; IMPACTPRE-Stress and WIN-Statik.

Each is organised around the modules within the software, with a navigation menu on the left hand side. There is also a search bar at the top of each page to make it easy for you to find what you are looking for.

You can also find more in depth details about the software license options, minimum/recommended hardware/software, installation details for both Client computers and Server options.

Please go to each of the individual websites by clicking on their tabs below.

FEM-Design Wiki
IMPACT Wiki
PRE-Stress Wiki
WIN-Statik Wiki

Can’t find what you are looking for on the Wiki?

If you can’t find the information you are looking for then you can also contact our Support Team and speak to us directly for help by clicking here.

StruSoft Blog

Meet the WIN-Statik Product Owner | Interview with Stefan Åberg

By |2022-09-15|WIN-Statik|

Have you been curious about how the software development started for our structural engineering software in Sweden? WIN-Statik was the first program developed for Windows in 1989 (hence the name WIN-Statik) for structural engineers and is still considered one of their main tools. However, the idea behind FEM-Design arose [...]

StruSoft has been hosting several pedestrian bridge training sessions this spring – and there are plenty more to come

By |2022-08-12|FEM-Design|

Why are we hosting bridge training events? The challenge for pedestrian bridges is being structurally sound, even though they are slender due to the aesthetic requirements of the owner. Therefore, a modern tool such as FEM-Design is invaluable to ensure accurate calculations and good collaboration between the engineer, architect, [...]

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