Tekla Structures V19.0 Multilingual (x86x64) UPD
download: structures 2020 trim.. tekla structures 2021 sp4 multilingual (x64) x64 languages:multilanguage file size: 3.04 gb description trimble has released an update to tekla structures 2020, is much more than design and detailing software: it is the most accurate and comprehensive 3d building information modeling (bim) tool in the market that streamlines the workflow from sales, bidding, cost estimation and conceptual.
Tekla Structures v19.0 Multilingual (x86x64)
trimble produces tekla software solutions for advanced bim and structural engineering workflow within the trimble buildings portfolio. trimble's construction solutions range from total stations to advanced software, giving the industry tools to transform buildings' planning, design, construction, and operation. tekla software is at the heart of the design and construction workflow, building on the free flow of information, constructible models, and collaboration.
tekla structures is the industry's leading structural bim software. the software provides a model-based bim workflow, as well as a model-based structural engineer. the software is ideal for engineering practices that typically rely on paper-based workflows, such as project delivery and collaboration. it provides fully integrated, model-based solutions for architectural, mechanical, and structural engineering design and construction. the software supports the entire design and construction process for any type of structural element, including concrete, steel, timber, and masonry.
the material was converted to xml format and broken down into individual topics. the language versions of the material were synchronized with the main version, after which the material was exported to a database. at the same time, functionalities were created to maintain the language versions and apply the changes made to them in the main version. finally, the focus was on the functions required to publish the material and the formatting and finishing of the material to be published. in particular, there was a desire to make the publishing side as automated as possible and to minimize manual work steps. the first version of the multilingual documentation for tekla structures using the new system was released in april 2008.