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Building Made of Reinforced Concrete and Steel
Model to Download
A reinforced concrete building with a steel structure from the US webinar. The linked webinar shows the data exchange with Revit and general design in the add-on modules for RFEM.
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Model Used in
- Event 001944 | CSA A23.3:19 Concrete Design in RFEM
- Event 002019 | Documenting Results in RFEM Printout Report
- Event 002020 | Documenting Results in the RFEM Printout Report
- Video 001511 | UPD 001 | Program Version Update x.23
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