Bridge Design, Analysis, and Construction Software
Streamline massive analytical tasks and save time on complex engineering challenges by taking a more integrated approach in the design and construction of your bridge systems with RM Bridge. Perform bridge design, analysis, and construction simulation to determine resiliency during seismic and natural events and analyze rolling stock. Apply visual processes that quickly generate information multiple disciplines to make reliable engineering decisions. You can also leverage intraoperability with OpenRoads and OpenBridge Modeler to visually determine how your proposed bridge impacts existing and proposed project elements. Visualize the positions, directions, and magnitudes of loads graphically.
RM Bridge is offered in three different versions so you can choose the version that's best for you:
RM Bridge is the basic application of the RM Bridge family. It is suitable for analysis, design, and load rating of concrete, steel, and timber bridges of all types, such as girder bridges, truss bridges, arch bridges, as well as, segmental bridges. It can be used for straight, curved, or skewed bridges. RM Bridge supports over 20 international design codes. The advanced analysis methods include static and linear dynamic analysis, soil-structure interaction, time-dependent creep, and shrinkage analysis. Address complex construction sequences with support for an unlimited number of construction stages.
RM Bridge Advanced extends RM Bridge capabilities to nonlinear analysis, FEM, pushover, and time-history analysis, as well as high speed rail analysis. It includes the specialized Balanced Cantilever tool for easier generation of construction sequences for segmental bridges and RM Cast tool for setting up segment geometry in the casting yard.
RM Bridge Enterprise is the premier version of RM Bridge and includes all of the RM capabilities. RM Bridge Enterprise extends RM Bridge Advanced capabilities to cable-stayed and suspension bridges. It also includes advanced hydrodynamic and wind analyses, as well as two specialized tools for advanced construction methods – Erection Control for shape adjustment during construction and Incremental Launching for building bridges overhead with no temporary support or false work.