Engineers are often required to perform response spectra analysis, pushover analysis and advanced dynamic analysis for various structures to ensure that the structure will not only satisfy code requirements but also meet customers' expected performance specifications. When it comes to these types of advanced analyses there are many challenges, such as difficult workflows in commercially available structural analysis programs, lack of interoperability with other analysis and design tools and software that is limited in the types of structures or analysis that can be performed.
Additionally, there may be commercial limits, such as tiered functionality or complicated licensing. GT STRUDL is an easy-to-use software that includes all codes and necessary advanced analysis features needed to make sure that code and customers' structural performance demands are met. View the webinar for a look at how GT STRUDL allows engineers to create templates of advanced analysis to make these activities more practical and efficient.
Meet the Presenters
Ravi Ozarker, P.E., P. Eng
GT STRUDL Product Owner, Hexagon
Ravi Ozarker is currently the GT STRUDL Product Owner for Hexagon's PPM division. As a structural engineer and engineering software developer for the past 14 years, Ravi has worked for a variety of organizations in different roles, including consulting engineering, government agencies, software companies, EPCs, and more. Ravi has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Ontario.
Technical Sales Manager, Hexagon
Geoff Blumber is the Technical Sales manager in the BricsCAD, CADWorx and Analysis Solutions group, aligning the people and resources to deliver the right solutions to the right people at the right time. He has held varied positions in structural engineering and construction management over his career, though solution consulting direct field sales within the power and plant industries has been his primary focus the last ten years. He has a broad knowledge of CAE tools and workflows, steel fabrication and construction, and engineering practices in the AEC, process plant, and power industries. Geoff holds a Bachelor’s degree in Architectural Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.