Efficiently design and model towers, such as lattice towers and guyed masts, as well as equipment such as antennas, mounts, and linear appurtenances, with powerful 3D physical modeling. Bentley’s tower applications are built to specifically suit your tower workflows to optimize design time. With both graphical and text-based definitions of tower structures, you can design and complete projects faster than ever.
You can leverage a comprehensive library of panel types and ancillary equipment that enable quick creation of the structure; automatically generate loads for any number of directions with user-defined topographic configurations and quickly perform design checks; and create reports with virtually any output – from structure data to loading analysis results to design capacities for members and bolts.
When designing in accordance with U.S. design standards, you will save time and complete projects faster through automatic scenario creation by combining geometric layers, equipment grouping, and loading criteria. You can also create a physical model by applying hierarchical modification layers with revision history on top of the base geometry using built-in business logic.
Quickly model, analyze, and design steel transmission and communication towers, thanks to MStower’s comprehensive modeling, results, and output capabilities. With both graphical and text-based definitions of tower structures, you can design and complete projects faster than ever. Easily create high-quality designs in compliance with a number of international standards.
You can efficiently design towers, such as monopoles, lattice towers, and guyed masts, using a comprehensive library of panel types and ancillary equipment that enable quick creation of the structure. Quickly create reports with virtually any result – from structure data to loading, static, and dynamic results. MStower contains comprehensive facilities for plotting the structure, loading, and results. Design checks include structural configuration, buckling lengths, slenderness ratios, ultimate member strength, and bolt strength. Analysis and member check results can be displayed graphically, used in reports, and printed as required