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RSTAB 8.xx

Structural Analysis Program for Calculation and
Design of 2D and 3D Beam Structures 

RSTAB is a powerful analysis program for 3D beam structure calculations, reflecting the current state of the art and helping structural engineers to meet requirements in modern civil engineering. 

RSTAB represents the basis of a modular software system: With RSTAB you can determine internal forces, deformations and support reactions.
 
For subsequent designs we offer additional modules to consider material- and standard-specific conditions. Due to the RSTAB software structure consisting of add-on modules, we can tailor a program package for you to meet your individual needs.

On the following webpages you can get an insight into the possibilities available in RSTAB. You can also try the trial version to calculate structures yourself.

New Features in RSTAB 8

We have implemented some new interesting tools in RSTAB. Find out yourself and read about all new features summarized in an overview.

 

Graphical User Interface

You can create structural models in a CAD-like user interface, in tables or by a combination of both input options. Extensive context menus help you to enter data. As an analysis model is visualized in a photo-realistic representation, checking input immediately is guaranteed.

 

Modeling

Useful help functions and tools for generating structures including loads facilitate the modeling. It is possible to model non-linearities of members and releases (yielding, tearing, slippage etc.) as well as rigid couplings, nonlinear springs or eccentric member connections.

 

Automatic Creation of Combinations

In RSTAB you can create load and result combinations automatically according to Eurocode and other international standards by taking account of the corresponding combination rules. Moreover, you can copy, add or renumber load cases which are provided in a clearly-arranged table. In addition, it is possible to control load cases and combinations in Tables 2.1 to 2.6.

 

Calculation

The model is calculated linearly according to linear-static analysis, or non-linearly according to second-order or large deformation analysis. 
You can superimpose results in combinations to determine the design internal forces.

 

Results Output

Internal forces, deformations and support forces are displayed in tables or shown in the model graphic. Moreover, you can use filter criteria to select specific results. All data is documented in a multi-lingual printout report. Its contents can be adjusted and stored as a template.

 

Project Manager

The Project Manager of RSTAB manages structures and projects in a central place. Detailed settings and graphics make the assignment of all models easier so that job processing can be carried out quickly.

 

BIM Orientated Planning

RSTAB provides a large number of integrated interfaces to ensure that structural analysis is involved in a continuous project workflow supported by computer data processing.

 

Note

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Help for Beginners

Find useful information to get started with our programs RSTAB and RFEM: introductory examples, videos, webinars etc.
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Price Information

Net prices in USD
For use in United States
First License
RSTAB 3,055.81
RSTAB 2D 1,554.71
Next License
RSTAB 1,375.12
RSTAB 2D 699.62
Upgrades RSTAB
6.xx --> 7.xx 871.17
7.xx --> 8.xx 1,273.26
Upgrades RSTAB 2D
6.xx --> 7.xx 469.09
7.xx --> 8.xx 603.12
Deformations of a stadium roof 
(17 791 members)
Deformations of a stadium roof
(17 791 members)
Gazebo construction from 6 000 timber members for the Buga exhibition 
((C) www.fh-koblenz.de)
Gazebo construction from 6 000 timber members for the Buga exhibition
((C) www.fh-koblenz.de)
Deformations of a bridge
Deformations of a bridge
Internal forces of a steel roof structure
Internal forces of a steel roof structure
Deformations of industrial towers
Deformations of industrial towers
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