Dlubal Information Day
We look forward to seeing you at the next Dlubal Software Information Day.
Why Dlubal Software?
- More than 45,000 users in 95 countries
- One software package for all application areas
- Free support provided by experienced engineers
- Short learning time and intuitive handling
- Excellent price/performance ratio
- Flexible modular concept, extensible according to your needs
- Scalable license system with single and network licenses
- Proven software used in many well-known projects
Free webinar about the programs RFEM, RSTAB, and SHAPE-THIN 9 | Designing Cold-Formed Steel Sections According to Eurocode 3
This webinar shows the design of cold-formed steel sections according to EN 1993-1-3 and EN 1993-1-5 using the FEA software RFEM, the 3D structural frame analysis program RSTAB and the cross-section program SHAPE-THIN 9.
Free webinar about the FEA software RFEM | Modeling with Solids
This webinar explains how to effectively model and calculate structures with solids in the FEA software RFEM. We will show important functions and modeling options in RFEM by means of 3D solid models.
The Structural Engineering Summit of the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA) draws the best of the structural engineering field together for the best practical education with expert speakers, a leading trade show and compelling peer-to-peer networking at an event designed to advance the industry.
Visit us at our information booth.
- Part 2 of a two-part RFEM webinar series
- Detailed review of model analysis results
- Address surface singularities
- General steel surface stress design
- Consideration of plate buckling behavior
- Part 1 of a two-part RFEM webinar series
- Modeling of an industrial tank with plate elements
- Loading and load combination options
- Tips and tricks for efficient modeling workflow
Do you have any questions about our events? Just give us a call or contact us via our free e-mail, chat, or forum support.
"The webinar about RWIND Simulation was very successful!
From now on, it is possible to analyze wind forces on geometries of objects that are not regulated in the standard. The wind force assumption according to the standard was often a more or less good estimate."
"I was at your Dlubal seminar for the first time and I learned a lot of new things. I really liked demonstration of dynamic calculations in the add-on module RF-DYNAM Pro and detailed modeling of the connection using the finite element method.
I consider RFEM from Dlubal Software probably the best on the market. I will consider what software the potential employer uses in future job choices."