|⇒ Category:||CAD Files|
|⇒ Developer:||West Point|
📌 The following .BDC container type is related to CAD files built by Bridge Designer, an engineering and bridge drawing tool for engineers and planners, involved in the bridge construction area. Specifically, the .BDC extension category stores the bridge layout, including the cost calculation, materials used, and the dimensions, considered during schematic planning of the construction project. Hereby, the .BDC format definition is primarily used for opening and saving and schematic representation of the designs in educational environments and settings. In scope of the Bridge Designer solution, the planning .BDC schemas can be simulated in the software in order to test the load quality of the corresponding bridge remaining under construction phase.
|⇒ Category:||Data Files|
📌 This relevant .BDC container assignment is designated to dictionary files utilized by Babylon, a comprehensive, outdated translation service which operates in online mode. Particularly, the .BDC file category includes definitions and terms for a corresponding language, such as the Oxford English dictionary. Specifically, the .BDC format layout is applied to search, lookup and open the definitions of words within the Babylon translation toolkit. Currently the maintenance and refinement of the Babylon project has been completely ceased, while new editions of Windows and macOS systems are not compatible with the toolkit until now.
📌 The .BDC data objects are entirely compliant with a range of software tools, designated for handling and maintenance of the proper .BDC file instance. Particularly, the noted file samples can be frequently revealed and opened up by Bridge Designer, a comprehensive designer tool that fits for making .BDC schemas and plans for building bridges and construction of similar types. The Bridge Designer toolkit is primarily oriented on engineering and schematic planning of the bridge construction projects. The .BDC file objects can be processed within desktop systems only, although in fact all the currently developed Bridge Designer versions are not compatible with Linux platforms and its actual branches.