Software

NOSA-ITACA code


NOSA-ITACA results from the integration of the finite element code NOSA with the open source interactive graphic code SALOME, used both to define the geometry of the structure under examination and to visualise the results of the structural analysis.

NOSA-ITACA can be used to study the static and dynamic behaviour of masonry buildings of historic and architectural interest and model the effectiveness of strengthening operations. The code is at the disposal of private and public bodies operating in the field of the conservation and safeguarding of the cultural heritage.

volta_franchetti
Creation of the mesh of the vault of Palazzo Franchetti in Pisa (Italy)

ponte_diavolo
Stress and cracking fields of the Maddalena bridge in Borgo a Mozzano, Lucca (Italy)

forme_modali_san_frediano
Two mode shapes of the San Frediano bell tower in Lucca (Italy)

cupola_massa
Stress fields in the dome of San Cerbone Cathedral in Massa Marittima, Grosseto (Italy)

If you use the software, please cite it as follows:

Binante V., Girardi M., Padovani C., Pasquinelli G., Pellegrini D., Porcelli M., Robol L., NOSA-ITACA 1.1 ISTI-CNR, 2017-SW-013.

Download

NOSA-ITACA 1.1 is a software product of the Mechanics of Materials and Structures Laboratory of ISTI-CNR (herein MMSLab of ISTI-CNR), distributed via the http://www.nosaitaca.it website. The downloadable package includes SALOME v8.2.0, and is available for Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04. To use the package unzip it to a directory and launch the nosaitaca script.

If you want to make the nosaitaca executable available everywhere paste the following lines inside the .profile file in your home directory.

# Path to the NOSA-ITACA launched
export PATH=/path/to/NOSA-ITACA-1.1-UB14.04:$PATH

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NOSA-ITACA v.1.1 – Ubuntu 14.04

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NOSA-ITACA v.1.1 – Ubuntu 16.04

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NOSA-ITACA v.1.1 – MANUAL

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NOSA-ITACA v.1.1 – LICENSE

 

The package is released under the conditions in the above license.

Warning: SALOME can have some visualization issues when using Intel integrated video cards (such as invisible nodes and/or numbering). If you experience these problems, you might want to try an NVIDIA or AMD video card. In the former case, please enable the proprietary drivers in Ubuntu for an optimal experience.

Contact: mmslab@isti.cnr.it

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