The latest version of OpenSees for fire executable file can be downloaded here (Base version 3.0). To use it, please refer to the latest user manual.
Download OpenSeesforFire.exe (Updated on 7 July 2020)
OpenSees uses the Tcl interpreter which has been extended with model builder commands. Before using OpenSees, the Tcl library (8.6 version) should be installed and the installation file can be found from this site:
It should be noticed that the Tcl/tk is recommanded to be installed into C:/Program files/Tcl (NOTE: The current version only supports the 64bit version of Tcl. 32bit version has to be compiled and set up by the user himself)
OpenSees has been extended for Python intepreter and can be run as a python application. Due to the inclusion of Python, the original package (Python 3 version) should be installed and the installation file can be found from this site:
It should be noticed that the Python is recommanded to be installed into C:/Program files/Python (NOTE: The current version only supports the 64bit version)
To browse our version of source code, you could simply go to our Github page or click the "view on github" link here(Remeber to change the branch to OpenSees_SRC)
You can download the source code package through the link shown as below, which is based on the latest version(main release) 3.0.0, and the build environment is suggested to be Visual Studio 2019 64bit version, Tcl 8.6 64bit, and Python 3.7.
Download source code package:OpenSees3_for_fire.zip
This project is developed using C++, and the most recommended IDE would be Microsoft Visual Studio. The project settings may cause compiler and linker errors for different system configuration
This page was created by Liming Jiang in 2016