STRESS:A Problem-Oriented Computer Language for Structural Engineering

Cover Image Copyright Year: 1964
Author(s): Steven J. Fenves; Robert D. Logcher; Samuel Mauch; Kenneth P Reinschmidt
Book Type: MIT Press
Content Type : Books
Topics: General Topics for Engineers
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STRESS, which is the abbreviation for STRuctural Engineering Systems Solver, is a programming system for the solution of structural engineering problems on digital computers.STRESS consists of (1) a language that describes the problem and (2) a processor (computer program) that accepts this language and produces the requested results. This manual explains the use of STRESS.