NASAB: A finite element software for the nonlinear aerostatic stability analysis of cable-supported bridges. This paper presents the development and applications of the finite element software, NASAB, which can be used for linear, geometrically nonlinear, and materially nonlinear analyses of structure and nonlinear aerostatic stability analysis of cable-supported bridges. The software program consists of two main parts: a programming part and a computational part. The windows programming part written in FORTRAN90 was designed mainly to present the NASAB software in a user-friendly environment. The computational part was written in FORTRAN77. The use of FORTRAN77 is to effectively take advantage of existing codes, thus speeding up code design and implementation. The usefulness of FORTRAN programming language to develop a user-friendly interface including pre-processing and post-processing has been demonstrated by the present version of the software.
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- Cheng, Jin; Xiao, Ru-Cheng; Xiang, Hai-Fan; Jiang, Jian-Jing: NASAB: A finite element software for the nonlinear aerostatic stability analysis of cable-supported bridges. (2003)