VBent has the capability to import results from a CTBridge analysis. These results go a long way toward producing a VBent model and loading data. It’s as simple as creating a CTBridge output report and then importing the data into VBent. Note, however, that the most recent releases of CTBridge have the ability to create a VBent input file directly. If your version of CTBridge does not support VBent input file creation, or you would prefer to create the VBent model from the CTBridge output, a VBent model can be created by following the steps described below.
Two Key Advantages to this Process
Detailed Instructions on how to use VBent with CTBridge:
Why are there similarities between CTBridge and VBent?
Clark Verkler began work with Caltrans in 1999 specifically for the CTBridge project. He created early prototypes that eventually formed the basis of CTBridge for both the architecture and the graphical interface. These prototypes borrowed heavily on other programming work Clark had developed prior to Caltrans employment, and served to jump-start the CTBridge development.
This foundation code, also used in VBridge, VBent, and the Windows interface for SEISAB, along with other software not commercially available, is the reason these programs look and feel similar to each other.
How VBent works with CTBridge
Detailed Instructions on how to use VBent with CTBridge
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