Obtain software for your personal computer or laptop
Below is a list of software packages commonly used by engineering students and information on where they may be obtained.
- Office 20xx (Microsoft)
- Matlab (MathWorks)
- Mathtype (DesignScience)
- EES (F-Chart Software)
- VMware Academic Program
- SolidWorks (SolidWorks)
- Mentor Graphics / PADS
- Autodcad, Civil3D, etc... Various Titles (Autodesk)
- SAP2000 Pro (CSI)
- MINEQL+ (Environmental Research Software)
- OSUWare (Various)
|Office 20xx (Microsoft)||Questions? Ask support|
|MATLAB (MathWorks)||Questions? Ask support|
Students and faculty can use MATLAB in two different ways.
1. Use our Citrix environment to run MATLAB. This is quick and easy and requires no local software. It is recommended for the casual user.
2. OSU has arranged for a site-license for MATLAB that allows students and faculty to install on up to 4 devices. A network connection is not required (no central license server). Click here for instructions.
|MathType (DesignScience)||Questions? Ask support|
Windows - Version 6.9
This version is compatible with Office 2010 and earlier. Download the zip file and extract. Use serial number in serial.txt.
Mac OS X - Version 6.7a
This version is compatible with Office 2011 for Mac and earlier. Download the zip file and extract dmg. Use serial number in serial.txt
|EES (F-Chart Software)||Questions? Ask support|
Windows Installer - Version 9.722
Installation: 1. Run setup_ees.exe 2. Finish the installer 3. Copy EES.dft to the installation directory (C:\EES32)
|Dreamspark(Microsoft)||Questions? Ask support|
As of Fall 2004 students and faculty are able to take advantage of the Microsoft Dreamspark program.
This partnership with Microsoft provides the following software packages FREE:
You can login to the Dreamspark website by logging into TEACH, then follow the link in the menu to "Dreamspark Site Login"
|VMware Academic Program||Questions? Ask support|
The College of Engineering is a part of the VMware Academic Program (VMAP).
This program provides students to several VMware products for free, including:
You can login to the VMAP website by logging into TEACH, then follow the link in the menu to "VMware Academic Site Login"
|SolidWorks (SolidWorks)||Questions? Ask support|
The college has arranged for a site-license for SolidWorks (for instructional use only) that will allow you to use the software free of charge while connected to any campus wired or wireless network or using the campus VPN.
|Mentor Graphics - PADS||Questions? Ask support|
The college has arranged for a site-license for PADS through Mentor Graphics that will allow you to use the software free of charge while connected to any campus wired or wireless network or using the campus VPN.
PADS - Version VX (15)
|Autodcad, Civil3D, etc... Various Titles (Autodesk)||Questions? Ask support|
|SAP2000 Pro and ETABS (CSI) - demo packages||Questions? Ask support|
SAP2000 Pro Version16 Click here to download - 626MB
For more info: http://csiberkeley.com/products_SAP.html
The installation comes with a license which is good through January 31, 2015. Please choose Help=>About to see the number of days left. While the demos are limited versions, they
|MINEQL+ (Environmental Research Software)||Questions? Ask support|
MINEQL+ is a powerful and easy-to-use chemical equilibrium modeling system that can be used to perform calculations on low temperature (0-50oC), low to moderate ionic strength (<0.5 M) aqueous systems. MINEQL+ is a data driven program, so you do NO programming. In the simplest scenario, you create systems by selecting chemical components from a menu, scan the thermodynamic database and run the calculation. However, MINEQL+ also provides tools to allow you to take control of your reaction data, create a personal thermodynamic database, perform synthetic titrations and automatically process mutiple samples (such as field data).
MINEQL+ - Version 4.6
|OSUWare (Various)||Questions? Ask support|
OSUware contains numerous applications, including network utilities, media players and anti-virus software, that will help you with your work while you are at Oregon State University. For more information see http://oregonstate.edu/helpdocs/osu-applications
Date Created: Jun 23, 2004
Last Modified: Tue, Feb 2, 2016 8:08 AM