Multiframe CONNECT Edition V23.06 Update 6 (

Multiframe CONNECT Edition V23.06 | 516.0 mb
Version:CONNECT Edition V23 Update 6 (
Supported Architectures:x64
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Languages Supported:english
System Requirements:Windows *
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The MAXSURF development team is pleased to announce the release of Multiframe CONNECT Edition V23.06 ( This solution helps structural experts check the structure of their vessel to comply with class requirements and optimise it for strength and weight. It can be used for deck grillage, frame, superstructure and mast strength calculations.

Multiframe CONNECT Edition V23.06 Readme – Date: 16 December 2022
The following sections describe the changes which have been made to the Multiframe modules.
Compatibility with Previous Versions
Multiframe data files are forward and backward compatible between most versions of Multiframe. Where backward compatibility has been broken, the option to export to earlier file formats is provided in the new version.
Directory Structure
The main application executable files, manuals etc are installed in the root level of the folder selected for the installation. Folders containing sample models are also included. Some additional files are installed under the "Public Documents" folder. These include the libraries used by Multiframe
Changes: All Applications
1030397: 4-Digit Major versions
The first 4 digits of the software version number are now considered to define the software major version. This means that MAXSURF 23.06 is a new major version and can be installed alongside MAXSURF 23.
1140519: Microsoft Windows 11 support
MAXSURF has been verified for use on the Microsoft Windows 11 operating system. Windows 8 is no longer supported.
990106, 989794: Ideas

Bug fixes and minor changes
– 1022284, 990116: Checks have been added to ensure that licenses are fully released when the application is shut down.
Changes: Multiframe
Bug fixes and minor changes
– 899299: A problem whereby the shear area effects were not included during non-linear analysis has been fixed.
– 899305: Some improvements to prevent overlapping of labels has been made.
– 899315: The results imported from a Multiframe text file are now correctly updated.
– 899437: The Multiframe COM automation sample MFResultsTables.xls has been updated to fully populate the Stress results worksheet.
– 899449: Some memory leaks in the section library code have been fixed.
– 912596: Improved modeling and analysis of cylindrical structures (e.g. water tanks) to prevent unexpectedly high von Mises stresses being predicted.
– 918491: Fix a problem where Modal analysis failed to run under certain circumstances.
– 965260: The rendering for ‘C’ and channel sections has been improved.
– 988542: A toolbar button and shortcut key (Ctrl+J) have been added to restore the default toolbar layout after resizing the main application window.
– 1028015: A problem which occasionally resulted in the shear capacity check being zero for angle sections has been fixed.
– 1038128: The total defection combining x, y, and z components is now shown in the Descriptions of the deflected structure.

Multiframeprovides linear and non-linear analysis, static and dynamic options and buckling calculations. These analysis options are complemented by a full range of analysis-related modeling tools like master-slave, prescribed displacements, springs, thermal effects, offset members, additional masses and much more. Other modules allow you to draw sectionshapes and install them in the sections library and perform design checks for a range of design codes. Multiframe Automation allows you to prepare design calculations in Excel and link them directly with your Multiframe model. An ever expanding range of design add-ons also allows you to simplify steel code checking and optimization.
This video shows how to define sections and material properties
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