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Bracing used to demonstrate the puspose of 2D|XZ|3D model type in RFEM 6.
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Structures are three-dimensional in reality; however, they can be simplified and analyzed as 2D or 1D models. The model type has a crucial influence on how the structural components are stressed, and it should be defined prior to modeling and calculation. The model types available in RFEM 6 are shown in Image 1.
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