Last Updated October 8, 2019
ETABS is a sophisticated, yet easy to use, special purpose analysis and design program developed specifically for building systems.
The innovative and revolutionary new ETABS is the ultimate integrated software package for the structural analysis and design of buildings. Incorporating 40 years of continuous research and development, this latest ETABS offers unmatched 3D object based modelling and visualization tools, blazingly fast linear and nonlinear analytical power, sophisticated and comprehensive design capabilities for a wide-range of materials, and insightful graphic displays, reports, and schematic drawings that allow users to quickly and easily decipher and understand analysis and design results.
RC slabs and foundations systems with or without post tensions can now be designed in the new ETABS 2016. Slab design can be either by strip-based or FEM based. Punching shear design checks are also automatically performed.
Spring and dashpot properties are automatically generated under footings to model soil-structure interaction from soil profile data.
Define vibration analysis paths on floor slabs, along with parameters defining demand and capacity. Automated time-history analysis is performed for each case.
Full Compliance to Eurocodes with Singapore National Annex, and major international design codes for concrete, steel, and composite sections.
Full 3D finite element analysis considers the stiffness of slabs, beams, columns, and wall elements all together and thus providing most accurate FEM Results.
Blazing fast SAPFire engine can perform complex analysis in a fraction of time.
ETABS was the first widely adopted structural software to offer seismic analysis capabilities of three-dimensional buildings and is continuously doing so with its vast seismic analysis capabilities ranging from automated static seismic loads, response spectrum analysis, time-history analysis, and even generation of artificial earthquake by spectral matching!
Dynamic analysis includes modal, response-spectrum, or time-history analysis.
P-delta effect to account for geometric nonlinearity for global and/or local effect.
Nonlinear staged-construction analysis to account the effect of sequential construction or demolition. It allows changes in member properties, loads, and may also consider effects of time-dependent material properties such as concrete strength, creep, and shrinkage.
Performance-Based Design (PBD) is a major shift from traditional structural design concepts and represents the future of earthquake engineering. These new procedures help assure that the design will reliably meet a desired level of performance during a given earthquake.
Direct two-way integration with BIM system such as Revit and Tekla Structures.
Drawing generation which include RC frames, shear walls, and steel frame detailing.
With proven track record, it’s the most trusted analysis and design software by major consultants all over the world.