Last Updated January 18, 2018
SAFE is the ultimate tool for designing concrete floor and foundation systems. From framing layout all the way through to detail drawing production, SAFE integrates every aspect of the engineering design process in one easy and intuitive environment. SAFE provides unmatched benefits to the engineer with its truly unique combination of power, comprehensive capabilities, and ease-of-use.
SAFE couples powerful object-based modeling tools with an intuitive graphical interface, allowing the quick and efficient modeling of slabs of regular or arbitrary geometry with openings, drop panels, post-tensioning, ribs, edge beams, and slip joints, supported by columns, walls, or soil.
Design is seamlessly integrated with the modeling and analysis, and provides comprehensive reporting of the required reinforcement calculated based on a chosen design code. Detailed drawings may be produced effortlessly for slabs and beams designed using SAFE.
SAFE may be used as a stand-alone application, or may be used in conjunction with ETABS or SAP2000 to complete analysis, design, and detailing of concrete floor plates created in ETABS or SAP2000.
Full Compliance to Eurocodes with Singapore National Annex, and major international design codes for concrete, steel, and composite sections.
Blazing fast SAPFire engine can perform complex analysis in a fraction of time.
Mat/Raft foundation supported by soil and/or piles.
Automatic object based meshing for floors based on specified maximum element size which can be parallel or perpendicular to grid system or elements’ local axis.
Slabs can be designed either by strip based or FEM based giving user more control on slab reinforcing design.
Post-tensioning stress checks are performed for transfer, final, and long term conditions.
Dynamic analysis of floor systems and foundations by exporting response spectrum analysis results from ETABS or SAP2000 to SAFE.
Direct two-way integration with BIM system such as Revit and Tekla Structures.
Drawing generation which includes reinforcement detailing for beams, slabs, foundations, post-tensioning tendon layout & elevations, rebar schedules, and material quantity take-offs.