SIA 262 for RFEM/RSTAB Module Extension
Extension of Reinforced Concrete Design Modules with Design According to SIA 262:2013
SIA 262 for RFEM/RSTAB extends the range of standards for reinforced concrete design with the Swiss standard SIA 262 for the following add‑on modules:
The material library already includes Swiss types of concrete and reinforcing steel available for design. However, you can always define other materials for the design according to SIA 262. The program performs the ultimate and the serviceability limit state design.
The crack width analysis can be performed by using the design of Sigmas,adm, rebar spacing sL, or a direct calculation of crack widths according to the technical documentation D0182. Depending on the selected concrete type, the program determines the limit value Sigmas,adm according to D0182, Eq. 10.13; the upper limit is set by the design criterion fsd.
This article compares the design to the one in the referenced article: Design of Concrete Columns Subjected to Axial Compression with RF-CONCRETE Members. It is, therefore, about taking exactly the same theoretical application carried out in RF-CONCRETE Members and reproducing it in RF-CONCRETE Columns. Thus, the objective is to compare the different input parameters and the results obtained by the two add-on modules for the design of column-like concrete members.
RF-/DYNAM Pro - Natural Vibrations Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Determination of natural frequencies and mode shapes
RF-CONCRETE NL Add-on Module for RFEM | Nonlinear reinforced concrete calculation for the serviceability limit state
- Where can I find the materials for the corresponding National Annexes in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9?
- I have a roof structure resting on a steel column that runs to the foundations. The column runs through a perimeter wall that supports the false ceiling. A considerable part of the load from the roof is transferred to the wall. I want the steel column to carry all the vertical loads from the roof. How can I do it?
- Are the models and presentations from Info Day 2018 freely available, and can you send them to me?
- In RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces, I obtain a high amount of reinforcement in relation to a lever arm that is almost zero. How is such a small lever arm of internal forces created?
- What is the meaning of the superposition according to the CQC rule in a dynamic analysis??
- When converting from the manual definition of reinforcement areas to the automatic arrangement of reinforcement according to Window 1.4, the result of the deformation calculation differs, although the basic reinforcement has not been modified. What is the reason for this change?
- Does the program check the lap length of the vertical stirrups of a block foundation with smooth bucket sides?
- Why do I get a discontinuous area in the distribution of internal forces? In the area of the supported line, the shear force VEd shows a jump, which does not seems to be plausible.
- Is there a possibility in RFEM to define a global polar grid with the origin lies in the global zero point, for example, and which applies to several surfaces?
- When comparing RF‑CONCRETE Columns with another design software, I get different results. How to explain the differences?
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