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ADAPT ABI 2012 โปรแกรมออกแบบการวิเคราะห์และออกแบบสะพานคอนกรีตอัดแรงแบบก่อสร้างทั่วไป
ADAPT ABI 2015 เป็นโปรแกรมที่ออกแบบมาสำหรับการวิเคราะห์และออกแบบสะพานคอนกรีตอัดแรงแบบก่อสร้างทั่วไป (Conventional) และ การก่อสร้างเป็นช่วงๆ ( Segmentally) โดยโปรแกรมสามารถสร้างหน้าตัดจากไฟล์ DWG เพื่อให้ง่ายในการโมเดล หรือ สร้างหน้าตัด (Section) โครงสร้างด้วยโปรแกรมเอง โดยโปรแกรมจะแสดงรายการคำนวณ ระยะพิกัด และ แรงต่างๆในแต่ละช่วงเวลาที่ทำการก่อสร้างในแต่ละช่วง

โปรแกรม ADAPT ABI เป็นโปรแกรมที่สามารถ Modeling เป็น 3D ทำให้โมเดลสะพานได้ง่ายและรวดเร็ว        ตรวจสอบมองเห็นได้ชัดเจน

โปรแกรม ADAPT ABI เป็นโปรแกรมที่ใช้งานได้ง่าย ราคาประหยัด เหมาะกับงานออกแบบก่อสร้างสะพานในประเทศไทย จึงเป็นโปรแกรมที่คู่ใจของวิศวกรโครงสร้างที่ทำงานสะพานโดยเฉพาะ

ADAPT-ABI 2012 is a special-purpose program developed for the design and analysis of prestressed concrete bridges built either segmentally or conventionally. It provides information for geometry and stress control during construction, as well as design values for service load. ADAPT-ABI has been serving bridge design engineers worldwide for over twenty years, and has provided the foundation for analysis of many notable bridges.

Featuring a 3D modeling interface, and intuitive 4D construction sequencing capabilities, this next generation ADAPT-ABI delivers unparalleled modeling ease and speed.


Packed with a full range of powerful modeling and analysis capabilities, ADAPT-ABI is a practical tool bridge engineers can use to rapidly evaluate design options and shorten project delivery times.

ADAPT-ABI extension modules included with every license:

  • ADAPT-Moving Load
  • ADAPT-Elongation

ADAPT-ABI extension modules
ADAPT-Moving Load

ADAPT-Moving Load Module
The moving load module is developed primarily for bridge construction. Using the software's library of the most common truck or train loads, or a user-defined library, the program automatically moves the loading along a user-defined path and generates an envelope of sectional actions for combination with other loading. The moving load module of ABI is general and comprehensive. It is designed to cover all foreseeable conditions in bridge design.

Versatile Moving Load Generator
Virtually any arrangement of moving loads
Multiple travel paths, continuous or interrupted
Multiple lanes
Pre-defined moving load libraries
User defined load library
Each load can have its own distribution and impact factor
Ability to disregard unfavorable contribution of wheel loads
Envelope of maximum moment with associated shear
Combination of moving load with self-weight, superimposed dead load and other load
Influence lines for deflection, moment, shear and axial loading
Comprehensive and clear manual

ADAPT-ABI is the versatile, easy-to-use and proven tool for the analysis and design of segmentally constructed bridges and frames. Thousands of notable bridges worldwide have been designed using ABI. Consultants concerned about geometry control during and after construction choose ADAPT-ABI for its advanced segmental construction options including the ability to accurately model construction sequencing and time-dependent effects of creep, shrinkage, aging of concrete and relaxation in prestressing. Its flexible moving load generator simplifies the process of defining applied load conditions.

Image 1. Typical Spliced Girder Bridge Designed Using ABI

With ADAPT-ABI you can easily model spliced girders in precast prestressed bridges with or without integral abutments from the moment the girder is in the casting yard until its completion.

Image 2. Model of Segmentally Constructed Spliced Girder

With ADAPT-ABI you can quickly and accurately model your bridge model. In this segmentally constructed spliced girder, the pre-tensioning tendons terminate at the face of the splice. The post-tensioning tendons added subsequent to the casting of the splice provide the continuity and added strength. Stresses at any location are readily checked with the click of a mouse.

Image 3. Model of Concrete Arch Bridge Under Construction

In this arch bridge project, an ADAPT-ABI model of the temporary towers, stays and form travelers is used to keep stresses within allowable limits at every stage of the construction sequence.

Image 4. Model of Non-Symmetrical Cable Stayed Bridge

This non-symmetrical cable stayed bridge is made up of a composite deck. ADAPT-ABI simulates the construction phase for control of the deck geometry and forces in the stays. The diagram shows the isolated compression in the girders.

Image 5. Model of Balanced Cantilever Bridge

This ADAPT-ABI model simulates the construction phasing of a balanced cantilever bridge. The model incorporates all relevant details of the bridge, including prestressing, construction equipment and loads. The user can easily check actions in the bridge, such as the moments shown, at every construction stage and during the bridge's service life.

Image 6. Moment Envelope from Moving Loads

ADAPT-ABI can determine the envelope of design moments and shears due code specified moving loads, such as AASHTO, or any user defined load train. The model above shows the moment envelope in a two span post-tensioned box girder bridge.

Hardware Requirements
32 bit PC running Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7
64 bit PC running windows 7
Minimum of 1 GB RAM
Available hard drive space of 1 GB

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