New Release - DIANA 10.4

We are proud that our annual and great release of DIANA 10.4 is ready to be delivered to our respected clients.

This particular version includes a huge range of tools and features associated with modelling, meshing and indeed analysis capabilities.

Our main focus was to deliver state of the art tools that facilitates and optimise the workflow for conventional geotechnical applications, design check applications based on model code, BIM modelling and cutting edge technology at geometry modeling level, meshing tools, material models and optimisation of kernel.

We hope, our valued clients acknowledge these improvements and those who are at verge of making decision to choose a right software, take benefit of efficiency and productivity in their projects by using DIANA.

 

Here are just some of the New & Improved Features in DIANA 10.4:

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  • Updated user manual
  • Verification documents (geotechnical and structural applications)
  • New and updated reference tutorials
     
  • Enhanced importing tools for AutoCAD file formats including DXF, DWG
  • Modelling manipulation tools 
  • Mapped mesher and control settings
  • Improvement in incremental meshing system and performance optimisation
  • Sheet pile wall wizard and pre-stressed anchor wizard
  • Definition of clashing shapes for embedded parts
  • Definition of nodal sets at geometry level
  • Label tags for nodes and elements
  • and much more...
  • Design check applications
  • Property definitions
  • Free field element
  • Fully hand-shake analysis of structural nonlinear analysis and strength reduction analysis
  • Analysis progress windows
  • and much more...
  • Comprehensive set of output parameters and results
  • Animations on results (staged construction)
  • Colour scale annotations
  • Labelling and flags for the max. and min. results in the contours
  • Deformation in selected directions
  • Mirroring of results
  • and much more...