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Dynamic Interaction of Ground and Structure
  • Integrated Analysis System for Two-dimensional Finite Element Method
    FRONT for Windows
  • Two-dimensional Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis
    SuperFLUSH/2D for Windows
  • Three-dimensional Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis by the Substructure Method
    SuperFLUSH/3D
  • Two-dimensional Nonlinear Soil-Structure Interaction Analysis by Effective Stress Method
    NANSSI

SuperFLUSH/2D for Windows

SuperFLUSH/2D for Windows is a program for analyzing two-dimensional dynamic soil-structure interactions.

Basic screen

When analyzing dynamic soil-structure interaction, it is necessary to take into account the semi-infiniteness and nonlinearity of the ground.
SuperFLUSH/2D, which features special functions for boundary analysis and equivalent linear analysis of the ground, is widely used for its analysis code that handles dynamic soil-structure interaction.

Features

Frequency response analysis

Performs frequency response analysis in the frequency domain based on complex stiffness.

Equivalent linear method

Takes into account the nonlinearity of the soil by using the equivalent linear method.

Interface to MSC/NASTRAN

Through the interface, MSC/NASTRAN input data can be used as mesh data in a variety of finite-element method pre- and post-programs.

In addition, it is possible to export analysis results in the MSC/NASTRAN analysis result file format.

Generation of time history waveform diagrams

response spectrum diagrams and transfer function diagrams

Lets you visualize the results of the analysis in a few simple steps.

Overview of features

  • Element types
    Plane strain elements, beam elements, rigid beam elements, plane stress elements, translational spring elements
  • Lateral boundary conditions
    Energy transfer boundary, viscous boundary
  • Bottom boundary conditions
    Viscous boundary, rigid foundation
  • Disturbance conditions
    Vertical propagation wave (allowing simultaneous input of horizontal and vertical directions), traveling wave, point excitation
  • Import and export of input data from SuperFLUSH/2D (EWS version)

Analysis condition setting example: setting a node weight

Output items

Analysis results can be output in the following file formats.

  • CSV format (time history, transfer function, response spectrum)
    Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force
  • Fixed format (time history, transfer function, response spectrum)
    Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force
  • MSC/NASTRAN analysis result file format
    Acceleration, velocity, relative displacement, stress, strain, beam cross-section force

Analysis result: acceleration waveform diagram

Analysis result: acceleration response spectrum diagram

Operating environment

Supported OS Microsoft Windows Vista, XP, or 7 Japanese language version (64-bit or 32-bit version)
CPU Any CPU that can properly run the above OS
Required memory 512 MB or more (1 GB or more recommended)
Required disk space About 10 MB at the time of system installation

# A security device requiring a USB port is used.
# SuperFLUSH/2D was developed jointly by Kozo Keikaku Engineering Inc. and Jishin Kogaku Kenkyusho, Inc.
# Names of companies and products mentioned herein are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective owners.
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