Step-by-step guide for novice users of the LIRA-SAPR software, which reveals the basics of finite element analysis.


This videoguide answers the questions: What is load case and how to assign loads?


This videoguide answers the questions: What is stiffness? How to add and assign steel and reinforced concrete (RC) stiffness?


This videoguide answers the questions: What is offsets and how to assign them to bars?


Options for quick generation of large panel building. The 'Joint' tool and its functionality in SAPFIR module of the program. Special features for analysis of large panel building.


Dynamic link with other programs through DXF, IFC and SAF formats. SAPFIR-GENERATOR system for simulating complex structures. SAPFIR plug-in to Rhino and Grasshopper. BIM integration between SAPFIR and Allplan through IFC format.


In this video guide we will talk about analysis results, namely: Deformation of scheme, Displacements in nodes etc.


In this video guide we will perform coordination for local axes of finite elements for correct display of analysis result. Also, we will get acquainted with sign convention in Lira-SAPR Help.


In this video guide, we will learn, how to perform following operations - setting restraints on nodes, setting restrains on 1-node finite elements...


In this video guide, we will learn main types of stiffnesses of finite elements, which are used in analysis in Lira-SAPR program.


In this video guide, we will learn main loads on nodes and elements, which are used in analysis in Lira-SAPR program.


In this video guide we will learn main finite elements, which are used in analysis in program Lira-SAPR.


In this video guide, we will learn the interface of the program LIRA-SAPR, and also perform the calculation of the beam on two supports with a uniformly distributed load.


This video demonstrates the procedure for coordinating the local axes of plate elements. This procedure allows to obtain forces and stresses oriented with respect to the coordinated local axes as a result of the analysis.