RAM Concept CONNECT Edition

Reinforced Concrete slab and Post-Tensioned design software

  RAM Concept CONNECT Edition is a software application for the structural analysis and design of conventionally reinforced and post-tensioned concrete floors, mats, and rafts.

RAM Concept CONNECT Edition contains an advanced feature set that allows for the design of a wide variety of floor systems including post-tensioned, reinforced concrete and hybrid systems, elevated slabs, and mat/raft foundations, one-way slabs, two-way slabs, beams, and joist systems.

  RAM Concept CONNECT Edition enables the engineer to design post-tensioned and reinforced concrete slabs by using a finite element model of the entire slab

 RAM Concept CONNECT Edition can predict the elastic behavior of a slab much more accurately than frame models

  RAM Concept - features

  • Complete modeling of the floor as physical objects: slabs, beams, walls, columns, openings, penetrations, etc., with the option to trace over a CAD background.
  • Exhaustive design capabilities including consideration of short and long term states, service and strength criteria, punching shear design, vibration due to walking, and advanced deflection calculations using load history
  • Automated Tendon generation.



  • Creation of CAD file from reinforcing or post-tensioning plans


  • Much like CAD drawings, user interface by layers.
  • Warnings and Errors management tools. To identifying, locating, resolving warnings, and errors.


       Warnings and errors management tool is available to be set. 

  • Integrate RAM Concept models with RAM Structural System or STAAD.Pro to analyze and design the remainder of the structure for full gravity load takedown and systematic lateral loads.
  • Interoperability with Revit.






  • Analyze gravity and lateral load
  • Design and analyze with finite elements and reduce or eliminate the time spent waiting for results using our fast solvers.
  • Design foundations to international standards
  • Design post-tensioned and conventional systems
  • Share structural models