Yes I have a YouTube Channel, of course. I populate it with many free videos. YouTube is not financially sustainable for me, so I use it carefully.
2021 Update: YouTube has started placing ads in my videos without compensating me. I have, therefore, moved my most popular videos to here on my web page and they are Pay Per View to help me make this project financially sustainable!
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Silvia's Brainery Live -- Build a 3D Frame in Opensees Part 6/6 Element Connectivity and Questions
Silvia's Brainery Live -- Build a 3D Frame in Opensees Part 5/6 Rigid Diaphragm Modeling
Silvia's Brainery Live -- Build a 3D Frame in Opensees Part 4/6 OpenSees Examples
Silvia's Brainery Live -- Build a 3D Frame in Opensees Part 3/6: Geometric Transformation Command
eSEES -- a graphical and scripting user interface for OpenSees -- Overview
In this video I give a basic demonstration on how to perform an elastic analysis in #OpenSees using eSEES, my new app. This video shows only the most basic features of the program. Stay tuned for more demonstrations on manterials and section for nonlinear analysis. Or try it out youself! It's pretty intuitive! To purchase the app, go to: https://www.silviasbrainery.com/
Silvia's Brainery At the #OpenSees Support Group Part 2/3: eSEES
In this video I give an casual introduction to my eSEES a Graphical and Scripting Interface to #OpenSees. The presentation focused on describing the software and its design philosophy. The presentation was directed at students who may have similar interests. On October 29th I made a presentation to the OpenSees Support Group meeting. The OpenSees Support Group is an activity at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, led by Pavan Chigullapally. You may visit recordings of past meetings here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNnQc_JjWz-gJh4GQwQZHNA Don't forget to subscribe to my channel and visit my web page: silviasbrainery.com