• Structural Analysis Software for Calculation and Design of Structures

    Enjoy Structural Analysis and Design with Dlubal Software

    For more than 30 years, the German-Czech company Dlubal Software has developed engineering programs for FEA, structural analysis, and design. More than 10,000 companies and 100,000 satisfied users in 95 countries use the Dlubal Software programs every day.

    Dlubal Software has branch offices in Germany, China, France, Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic and the USA. Since 2016, Dlubal Software is certified according to ISO 9001.

    Why Dlubal Software?

  • RWINd Simulation

    Software for Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation

    RWIND Simulation is a stand-alone program for numerical simulations of wind flows (digital wind tunnel) around buildings or any other objects by means of CFD simulation (Computational fluid dynamics).

    The wind simulation can be performed for simple or complex structures. The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM and RSTAB.

    RWIND Simulation

  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:

    Structural Frame Analysis Software RSTAB

    The structural analysis program RSTAB for design and analysis of space frame structures provides a solution for demanding structural engineers. The software meets requirements of modern civil engineering and reflects the current state of the technology.

    The structural frame analysis program by Dlubal Software is ideal especially for structural analysis and design of 3D timber structures.

    Frame Analysis Software RSTAB

  • Finite Element Calculations with RFEM Structural Analysis Software

    Finite Element Analysis Software RFEM

    The structural analysis program RFEM allows easy and effective modeling as well as structural analysis and design of 2D and 3D structures consisting of member, plate, wall, shell, folded plate, and solid elements.

    RFEM offers many application areas. You can utilize the FEA software package for various Industries and Application Areas.

    Structural FEA Software RFEM

  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:

    Designed with Structural Analysis Programs by Dlubal Software

    Regardless of whether you perform structural analysis in the industry of steel, solid, timber, glass, crane structures, or any other industry, due to the sophisticated and intuitive input technology and the powerful computational core of the programs by Dlubal Software you will never be let down.

    Projects Designed with Dlubal Software

  • Structural Analysis Software for Calculation and Design of Timber Structures

    Structural Analysis Software for Timber Structures

    RSTAB and RFEM are perfectly suited for structural analysis and design of 3D timber structures. Whether beam structures or surface elements such as cross-laminated timber plates, you have a number of various options for designing simple or complex structures.

    Software for Timber Structures

  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:

    RSTAB - Best Choice for Structural Frame Analysis

    The structural frame analysis program RSTAB is available for demanding structural engineers performing designs and analyses of 3D beam structures. The software meets the requirements of modern civil engineering and reflects the current state of the technology.

    Frame Analysis Software RSTAB

  • Designed with RFEM FEM Structural Analysis Software:

    RFEM - Intuitive FEA Software

    The structural analysis program RFEM allows easy and effective modeling as well as structural analysis and design of 2D and 3D structures consisting of member, plate, wall, shell, folded plate, and solid elements. It is also possible to process combined structures as well as solid and contact elements.

    Structural FEA Software RFEM

  • Structural Analysis Software for Calculation and Design of Structures
  • RWINd Simulation
  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:
  • Finite Element Calculations with RFEM Structural Analysis Software
  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:
  • Structural Analysis Software for Calculation and Design of Timber Structures
  • Designed with RSTAB Structural Analysis Software:
  • Designed with RFEM FEM Structural Analysis Software:

New Generation of Dlubal Software Released!

The new programs RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9 have a modern input concept with directly integrated add-ons for the design of reinforced concrete, steel, aluminum, timber and masonry structures, and so on.

New RWIND 2 Software

Wind Simulation (Digital Wind Tunnel) and Wind Load Generation for Structural FEA Software RFEM or RSTAB

The RWIND 2 stand-alone program for wind simulation in the digital wind tunnel now additionally allows the calculation of transient incompressible turbulent wind flows.

RFEM 6

RFEM 6

The new generation of the 3D FEA software RFEM is used for the structural analysis and design of members, surfaces, and solids. RFEM 6 has a modern design concept with add-ons that are integrated directly into the program.

RSTAB 9

RSTAB 9

The modern 3D structural analysis and design program is suitable for the structural and dynamic analysis of beam structures as well as the design of structures consisting of concrete, steel, timber or other materials utilizing add-ons integrated in the program.

For Students

Structural Analysis Software for Students for Free

Dlubal Software supports students by providing them with the structural analysis software for free during their studies at a university, college, or institute of technology. Many students have already seized the opportunity to benefit from this support.

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Here you can find direct access to multiple engineering models. Download the models to edit, analyze, or design them utilizing RFEM or RSTAB.

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News and Events

    • 05/25/2022
    • FAQ

    How do I open the add-ons for steel, timber, concrete design, and others?

    • 05/23/2022
    • Blog

    During South Korea’s building boom of the 1990s, a huge department store was built in Seoul. However, after six years of operation, an event with serious consequences occurred there. 500 people died. Almost one thousand were injured. How could such a disaster have occurred? Who was to blame? How could it have been prevented?

    • 05/22/2022
    • Knowledge Base

    Steel connections in RFEM 6 are defined as an assembly of components. In the new Steel Joints add-on, universally applicable basic components (plates, welds, auxiliary planes) are available for entering complex connection situations.

    • 05/21/2022
    • Customer Project
    One of the most recent challenges in which the SDEA Engineering Solutions team has been involved has been to support the GALIGRU company in improving the current designs of its security structures intended to supply civil works.
    • 05/20/2022
    • Knowledge Base

    You can use the Steel Joints add-on in RFEM 6 to create and analyze steel connections using an FE model. You can control the modeling of the connections via a simple and familiar input of components. Steel joint components can be defined manually, or by using the available templates in the library.

    • 05/19/2022
    • Product Feature

    The material series are now listed in the materials library, and the desired material can be found directly in the library using the free text search.

    • 05/18/2022
    • Video

    This video shows a selection of new features in the new structural frame and truss analysis program RSTAB 9.

    • 05/17/2022
    • Customer Project

    The Silk Road Exhibition Center is located northeast of the city of Xi'an, the starting point of the ancient Silk Road. Together with the International Conference Center, it forms the exhibition center complex.

    • 05/16/2022
    • Product Feature
    When creating surface intersections, independent surface components are now created instead of surface components.
    • 05/15/2022
    • Knowledge Base

    The design of cross-sections according to Eurocode 3 is based on the classification of the cross-section to be designed in terms of classes determined by the standard. The classification of cross-sections is important since it determines, among other things, the limits of resistance.