The flexibility and the intuitiveness of WeStatiX make it a great tool for architects,
allowing them to get a quick insight on the feasibility of creative and innovative designs.
With WeStatiX it is super easy to build the model geometry and get confirmation of the capabilities of the structure,
without spending hours setting up the simulation and post-processing the results.
WeStatiX 3d Structural application visualizes detailed internal forces diagrams on the single members of the structure,
allowing to get a rapid but precise insight on the stability and efficiency of the structure.
Modify and optimize the structure in a few clicks
Many structural analysis software do not allow to significantly modify the model geometry
without deleting and rebuilding the parts of the structure one might want to reshape.
With the parametric WeStatiX CAD interface, changing the geometry of the model is a matter of minutes:
simply change the position of the nodes composing the structural entities
and all the model geometry will be instantaneously updated.
You can obtain breakthrough architectures, by experimenting with scaling and shaping the structure,
without restraints to your creativity.
Bring the software with you to the building site
WeStatiX is a cloud-based software, running on all major browsers: so you can bring it with you
and get quick confirmation on the spot, directly on the building site, during an inspection or a meeting.
Calculate forces, check connections between members and get quickly to the optimal solution!
Analysis results in a few minutes
WeStatiX is an online cloud-based application specifically designed to help structural engineers with the design of civil structures,
such as bridges, buildings, dams, canals or underground structures.
Differently from most structural design software,
WeStatiX aims to be easy to use and to simplify the common workflow of a structural calculation.
Access WeStatiX from everywhere
WeStatiX runs in the browser: this means that you can perform complete structural analyses online without installing any software,
and without filling up your computer with Gigabytes of data.
All the structural models are securely stored in your cloud account,
and you can modify them anytime: also for last minutes requests and checks.
Share your structural model with your team
WeStatiX is a great tool to boost teamwork.
You can share your projects with your colleagues and collaborators directly through WeStatiX,
without moving heavy data implying long and insecure uploads and downloads.
WeStatiX allows you to coordinate the team and improve project management in a quick and affordable way!
Intuitive web interface
WeStatiX is a great educational tool for approaching structural analysis and statics.
With the 3D graphic user interface you can insert complex frame structures in a matter of minutes.
For example, you can quickly check the validity of hand calculations by comparing your results with those of WeStatiX,
analyzing deflection and internal forces diagrams, such as bending moment, shear force, torsion and much more!
Cloud-based platform – use it from everywhere
WeStatiX is a mobile web application, this means that you do not need to download, install, upgrade and maintain the software.
Simply make an account and use it for free from any of your devices, desktop or laptop computers, tablets or smartphones.
Finally you can bring the software with yourself wherever you go:
in the coffee shop or in the library when you study with your classmates or friends, and also in the class during the lesson!
There is no need to carry heavy and cumbersome laptops all day long.
A simple tablet or a smartphone are sufficient to perform any kind of FEM calculation.
There is also no need to backup your data and to fill up your computer with heavy result files.
All your data are securely stored in the cloud and accessible from everywhere and anytime from your account.
Enjoy the freedom and the flexibility of having a full numerical simulation software in you pocket!
Share your calculations with your classmates and friends
Are you preparing an exam and want to ask your friends advice about a statics exercise that is not matching the results like it should,
or do you want insight about the internal forces diagrams?
Just share your WeStatiX calculation with them, and work together on the problem!