MTS/PEER Hybrid Simulation Seminar material now available

  We are pleased to announce the posting of the presentation material including a video archive for the Hybrid Simulation Technologies & Methods for Civil Engineering seminar, held at the Pacific Earthquake Engineering Research (PEER) Center, March 20-21, 2018. You … Continue reading

OpenFresco 2.7.0 released

OpenFresco 2.7.0 is now available for Win32 and Win64 systems. It provides updates to be compatible with the latest version 2.5.0 of OpenSees and OpenSeesSP. Please download the new version from the OpenFresco page. For compatibility some of the Examples … Continue reading

OpenFrescoExpress 1.1 released

OpenFrescoExpress 1.1 adds “Experimental Site” capabilities to the graphical user interface. The new addition enables you to easily perform distributed hybrid simulations using the intuitive graphical user interface that many of our users have come to love. Please downloaded the … Continue reading

Webinar material from “Conducting Hybrid Simulations with OpenSees/OpenFresco” now available

All the material from the latest presentation in the popular “Discovering OpenSees: Surfing the waves of OpenSees” webinar series is now available: This webinar is the continuation of an earlier seminar on OpenFrescoExpress. This second webinar provides a short introduction … Continue reading

OpenFresco 2.6.2 released

OpenFresco 2.6.2 provides updates to be compatible with the new version 2.4.0 of OpenSees. OpenFresco 2.6.2 also works well with the newly released versions of OpenSeesSP and OpenSeesMP.

Continuous intercontinental geographically distributed test between University of Kassel and UC Berkeley

OpenFresco was used to conduct continuous geographically distributed hybrid simulations between the NEES facility at UC Berkeley (nees@berkeley) in the United States and the civil engineering laboratory at the University of Kassel (UNIKA) in Germany. The experimental substructure of the … Continue reading

Launch of News Page

The OpenFresco Development Team is happy to announce the launch of a news page for posts about recent uses of the OpenFresco Framework!