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MasterSeries 2020 introduces FE Concrete Slab Design
Posted on in Webinar
Using the new FE Concrete Slab Design module, you can specify and design concrete slabs together with punching shear as a part of your 3D building design
MasterSeries 2020 is coming!
Posted on in Webinar
The MasterSeries 2020 is almost ready and we can’t wait to share with you all the new features and improvements
Hints and tips on remote access to MasterSeries
Posted on in General
MasterSeries Network Dongles and SoftLock Licences both work well with Home Offices & VPN.
Applying the effect of building height in the calculation of wind loading
Posted on in MasterFrame
Wind action is an important design consideration for most buildings. Several direction and terrain dependent factors are taken into account during the wind load calculation. But how can we calculate the effect of the building height?
Auto-generate Wind Loading on 3D Buildings [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in MasterFrame
Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how MasterKey: Wind Analysis module makes light work of the complex task of applying wind loading on 3D Buildings
Complex Retaining Wall Design in Minutes [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in Retaining wall
Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how to analyse and design concrete or masonry retaining walls even with a complex loading and layered soil environment to Eurocode 7.
Integrated Pile Cap Design [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in MasterFrame
Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how to design and detail pile caps with up to 9 piles by integrating directly with the 3D structural model
Holiday Closures
Posted on in About
MasterSeries Offices will close on 24th December 2019 at 1pm and reopen on 2nd January 2020 at 9am.
Masonry Design Without Limits [WEBINAR RECORDING]
Posted on in Masonry
Watch the recording of our latest Webinar and learn how MasterSeries Masonry Design can increase your efficiency and help you to deliver complex and economical building solutions.
How to model and calculate the effect of bolt slip
Posted on in MasterFrame
Using standard bolted connections in a truss, the actual deflection may well be significantly greater than the original analysed frame deflection, due to bolt slip. How can we take into account the effect of the bolt slip in the calculation model?