- Fast modeling thanks to sophisticated input technology
- One program for all types of structures, from single-span girders to complex 3D beam structures
- Fast calculation using the multiprocessor technology
- Support of national and international standards
- Quick generation of a professional-looking printout report
- Automatic generation of wind loads using the integrated CFD wind simulation (RWIND required)
- API via Webservice
- Globally recognized program with over 100,000 users
- Professional customer support provided by more than 20 support engineers
Frame Analysis Software RSTAB 9 | User Interface
Editable GUI for Individual Adjustment
Let yourself be inspired by the intuitive, easy-to-use interface of RSTAB 9! Your model is created in a graphical user interface characteristic of CAD programs, via tables, or a combination of both. Extensive shortcut menus facilitate your input. The structural model is visualized photorealistically in RSTAB 9, which allows you to directly check the entered data.
Intuitive User Interface
You create your models in the graphical user interface typical for CAD programs. By right-clicking the graphical or navigator objects, you activate a shortcut menu that you can use to select and modify the objects.
The operation of the user interface is intuitive, as you will notice soon. Therefore, you can create the structural and loading objects in a minimum amount of time.
Multilingual User Interface
You can operate the program in the following languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Chinese, and Dutch.
The model is rendered photorealistically (optionally with textures). This gives you the advantage that you always have immediate control of the input. You can freely adjust the display colors and save them separately for the screen as well as for the printout.
Display PropertiesIt is possible to assign different colors to various objects of a structure in order to make the rendering display of the structure more clearly arranged.
A distinction is made between the various object properties of nodes, lines, members, member sets, surfaces, and solids. Moreover, the model can be displayed in photorealistic rendering.
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Displaying and Hiding Objects
Work more efficiently by freely adjusting the display of your model. You can selectively display or hide various objects, such as nodes, members, supports, and others. Dimension your model by using lines, arcs, inclinations, or height elevations. Freely created guidelines, sections, and comments facilitate you the input and evaluation. You can also display or hide the guide objects individually.
Global Unit Settings
You can keep track of things with just a few clicks. A global dialog box manages the units for input data, loads, and results in RFEM or RSTAB, as well as in all add-ons.
You can save the settings and import them again later. In this way, it is possible for you to use different sections in steel and reinforced concrete structures, for example.
Manuals for RSTAB 9
Distortional Buckling Design of Bottom Flange of Steel Frame Beam According to GB
The Chinese steel construction standard GB 50017 describes the calculation method for designing the distortional buckling of a frame beam's bottom flange.
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