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Analysis of Steel Structures in RFEM 6 | Steel Hall
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Webinar Model: Analysis of Steel Structures in RFEM 6
The webinar presents the possibilities of modeling and designing steel structures in RFEM 6.
Free Webinar RFEM 6 RSTAB 9 Steel Construction Steel Structures Design EC3
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- Updated 03/17/2023
- Number of Nodes 60
- Number of Lines 89
- Number of Members 87
- Number of Surfaces 6
- Number of Solids 0
- Number of Load Cases 5
- Number of Load Combinations 23
- Number of Result Combinations 0
- Total Weight 9.843 tons
- Dimensions 42.65 x 19.69 x 49.21 feet
CSA S16:19 Stability Considerations and the New Annex O.2
The CSA S16:19 Stability Effects in Elastic Analysis method in Annex O.2 is an alternative option to the Simplified Stability Analysis Method in Clause 8.4.3. This article will describe the requirements of Annex O.2 and application in RFEM 6.
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