Strudl



STRUctured Design Language.
Dynamic and finite-element analysis, steel and concrete structures. Subsystem of ICES. [“ICES STRUDL-II Engineering User’s Manual”, R68-91, CE Dept MIT (Nov 1968) Sammet 1969, p.613].

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