Structural Frame & Truss Analysis Software RSTAB | User Interface
Editable GUI for Individual Adjustment
A model is created in the graphical user interface characteristic for CAD programs, using tables, or in combination of both ways. Extensive shortcut menus facilitate data input. Since the structural model is photorealistically visualised, you can directly control the data entered.
A model is created in the graphical user interface typical for CAD programs. Right-clicking on graphical or navigator objects activates the shortcut menu, which facilitates creating or editing such objects.
The user interface is operated intuitively. Therefore the model and loading objects can be created in a minimal amount of time.
It is possible to operate the program in the following languages: English, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.
The user-interface design of RSTAB is modifiable: There are nine different styles of graphical user interface to choose from, for example: Office 2007 Blue, Silver, Aqua, or Black.
Project Navigator - Views allows you to easily generate various views in a few simple steps. Moreover, you can save and open them again at any time.
Menus and toolbars can be freely customized. It is possible to arrange frequently used functions and tools for quick access. Tables, navigators, and toolbars can also be freely moved and docked. Default settings of the program can be restored at the click of a button.
In addition, it is possible in the Configuration Manager to set the graphic display properties, toolbars, etc. in a user-defined way and save them as your own configuration.
The photorealistic visualization of a model in 3D rendering always provides a direct check of the input data. Display colors can be freely adjusted and saved separately for the screen and printout.
It is possible to specifically display or hide various objects such as nodes, members, supports, and others. You can dimension the model by using lines, archs, inclinations, or height elevations. Freely created guidelines and comments facilitate the input and evaluation. You can also display or hide guide objects individually.
The fast creation of a line grid in the Cartesian coordinate system is now possible. This can be optionally labeled and dimensioned. Furthermore, you have the option to create spherical or cylindrical grids.
The grid can be rotated about one or more axes. The settings for the line grid can be saved and imported again later.
A global dialog box manages the units of input data, loads, and results in RFEM/RSTAB as well as in all add‑on modules.
It is possible to save the settings and import it again later. That way you can use different sections in steel and reinforced concrete structures, for example.
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Arbitrary point load distributions often occur in the load definition of member structures.
Depending on stiffness, mass, and damping, structures react differently to wind action.
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Can a model be adjusted retroactively after it has been created with the model generator?
- I have defined a tapered member consisting of two different cross -sections in RSTAB/RFEM. This is now displayed incorrectly in the rendering (see the "Incorrect taper" graphic). What did I do wrong?
- Where do I find the setting to specify the entered structural component as a "wall" or "slab"?
- The protocol lacks information on the limit time for the assessment of fire resistance R in the RF-TIMBER Pro add-on module. Can this information be added to the report?
Where can I set the units of the results in RFEM/RSTAB?
I would like to display global deformation with values, ideally colored according to the size. Is it possible to set this?
- I would like to export nodal support forces of several load cases, load combinations and result combinations into an Excel spreadsheet. How should I proceed?
- Where can I find the internal forces at certain nodes in the printout report?
- How can I model a timber-concrete composite floor?
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