Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional

Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional 32.0

Views and analyzes building construction designs
4.1  (8 votes)
32.0.0 (See all)
Perform structural analysis of building structure designs created for engineering projects in the dedicated environment compatible with Autodesk Revit Structure workflow. It provides access to models and layouts for viewing and checks for possible issues.

Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional is a software program that is part of the Autodesk family and was built to offer engineers a complete set of tools to realize simulations of structural loads and execute code compliance with the aid of Building Information Modeling.

After you've downloaded the installation file, you need to have patience because the installation process does last a certain amount of time. Once the installation is complete and you start the application, you get in contact with a complex interface, filled with different toolbars and panels. The GUI doesn't have theme customizations, but it does offer a few advanced options for customizing toolbars, menus, and keyboard.

The embedded features enable users to perform test wind loads in structural design, so they can prevent further system changes that can be quite expensive.

Furthermore, by offering support for the results of report analysis, it allows users to select multiple forms of presenting the structural analysis results.

Not to forget, the program has a wide range of analysis capabilities, so you, as a user, are able to realize test the behaviour of static, nonlinear, and modal structures.

All things considered, Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional is a comprehensive tool for a construction engineers, thanks to its mutiple and well-embeded functionalities. Despite being quite expensive and requiring a powerful end system, it's a great construction tool.

John Saunders
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Review summary


  • Performs test wind loads
  • Supports testing of static, nonlinear, and modal structures
  • Has multiple forms of presenting the results


  • Requires a powerful end system
  • Has a complex interface
  • Installation process lasts too long
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