Which software is better: 3D-Basis or Opensees?

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Which software is better: 3D-Basis or Opensees?

Post by masbundroni » Sat Jan 23, 2021 12:56 am

Which of the two above (or any other software like them) is better to be used as the software for verification of an isolated structure?
I know both might be ok but since I want to learn one of them, I think if I spend my time on the one which also fulfills my future needs and research on seismic isolation, it would be much better.

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Re: Which software is better: 3D-Basis or Opensees?

Post by Mikekelvin » Fri Apr 23, 2021 4:41 am

According to me, opensees is the best software as compared to 3D-Basis. Opensees is more advanced software that helps in seismic simulations. Many models are present that helps in fibre-beam force formulation.

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