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QConBridge™ Release History
Current Version: 1.3 - May 11, 2005
  • Reactions are now computed at all supports
  • Change QConBridge so the location of GIRDER.TBL and AISC.TBL are read from HKEY_CURRENT_USER instead of HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. In the install folder there is a file called QConBridgeLibraryFiles.reg. Double click on this file to incorporate it into the registry so girder tables are available for your user account
Archive Version: 1.2 - November 06, 2003
  • Earlier versions of QConBridge would create debugging log files on your hard disk. This problem has been fixed.
  • Changed the terminology used on the Span Editing Dialog, Boundary Condition tab. The term "continuous" was confusing. The intent of these options is to put a hinge at the end of a span (not-continuous). The terminology has been changed to "Left/Right End Hinged".
  • Analyzing a single span bridge immediately after creating it with the "Bridge Contractor" wizard users would get an error message saying "Fatal Error in Span 1". The internal structural analysis model was improperly initialized. This problem has been fixed.
  • When different distribution factors are used in adjacent spans, the limit state combinations at the common support would be computed incorrectly. This problem has been fixed. Note however, that if a section change (start of a segment) occurs exactly at an analysis point the properties on the left hand side of that section are always used.
Archive Version: 1.1 - October 01, 1999
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Released under the terms and conditions of the Alternate Route Open Source License
  • All previous versions and their history are not kept here because they are not Open Source Software products

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