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This model was used to show various eigenvalue methods for stability analyzes, which have their advantages depending on the system and computer configuration.
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The RF-STABILITY add-on module determines any critical load factors, effective lengths, and eigenvectors of RFEM models. Stability analyses can be carried out by various eigenvalue methods, the advantages of which depend on the structural system as well as computer configurations.
1st Mode Shape Calculated in RF-STABILITY (© Jing Kong & Associates Consulting Structural Engineers Inc.)
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