Dr. Kenneth Will, Product Owner & Development Manger, GT STRUDL, Hexagon PPM
Ravi Ozarker, P.E., P.Eng, GT STRUDL Support Consultant, Hexagon PPM
Date & Time: May 21, 2019, at 10:00 AM CDT (Convert to your time)
Duration: 1 hour
The development for GT STRUDL 2019 was focused on the areas of design codes, user experience, loads, and interoperability.
Learn how these improvements will significantly reduce engineering manhours spent on mundane tasks which can be utilized to explore ways to reduce overall project costs and design better structural systems.
This release includes a number of benefits to increase your productivity, including:
- Implementation of AISC 15th Ed. design code and section tables
- Advancements in GT MENU user interface
- Improvement in CAD Modeler user interface
- Updates to Report Builder tool to control formatting
- Conversion of Response Spectrum to Time History
- Support load transfer from CAESAR II to GT STRUDL
- Integration with Dimensional Solutions MAT 3D software for rigid foundation design
Attend this webinar to learn what is new, and why now is the time to purchase or upgrade to GT STRUDL 2019.
Dr. Kenneth Will is the Product Owner and Development Manager of GT STRUDL. Before joining Hexagon, Dr. Will was a professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. Will earned his BSCE from the University of Arkansas and his MSCE and PhD degrees from the University of Texas at Austin. While at Georgia Tech, Dr. Will was also the Co-Director of the Computer-Aided Structural Engineering (CASE) Center which developed GTSTRUDL. Dr. Will’s expertise is in the areas of computer-aided structural engineering and computational mechanics. He has taught numerous continuing education courses to practicing engineers and served on national ASCE committees focused on computer-aided engineering.
Ravi Ozarker is the GT STRUDL Support Consultant for Hexagon PPM. As a structural engineer and engineering software developer for the past 14 years, he has worked for several organizations in different roles, such as consulting engineering, government agencies, semi government agencies, software companies, EPCs, transmission tower design corporations, research universities, and air pollution modeling and monitoring in the U.S. and Canada. This range of experience has given Ravi unique insight into how each of these entities function and what internal processes and bottlenecks one can run into when completing projects under deadlines and with multi-discipline collaboration required.