Graphical Resolver of T4s, in short also known as GRoT>, is a computational software based on Finite Element Method FEM applied to linear static calculation of structural strength in state of plane stress or strain. Its most unique function is fun and easy input of geometry of models, taken directly from an image saved as bitmap file and prepared in any graphic editor.
Name of the software is an extension, rather quite badly fitted to english, of an acronym GRoT>. This abbreviation was derived from the full former polish name Graficzny Rozwiązywacz Tarcz. Greater-than symbol was added to this acronym, due to the fact that the polish word grot means arrowhead. Word tarcze, which can be translated to english as shields or disks, is a jargon term of 4-node constant strain rectangle elements T4. How to spell that name? Very easy! Just look at IPA pronunciation key /ɡrɔt/.
Possibilities of the software are presented in the short list below. Every feature, method and piece of code were included in this project, due to particular reasons. If you, fellow reader, are curious about that, do not hesitate to contact with me.
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