Do you always know where the wind is blowing from? From the direction of innovation, of course! RWIND 2 is a program at your side that uses a digital wind tunnel for the numerical simulation of wind flows. The program simulates these flows around any building geometry and determines the wind loads on the surfaces. RWIND is available for you as a Basic and a Pro version.
This program was developed in cooperation withPC Progress andCFD Support . Therefore, you can use it as a stand-alone application or together with RFEM and RSTAB for your complete structural analysis and design.
The CRANEWAY stand-alone program calculates and performs all required design checks of crane runway girders according to Eurocode 3.
You can optionally select between bridge or suspension cranes.
You can use the selection options in the printout report to receive the detail results (in short or long form) to illustrate the individual buckling modes with the relevant buckling analysis.
RF-/PLATE-BUCKLING Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Plate Buckling Analysis for Plates with or Without Stiffeners According to 1993-1-5
Determination, implementation, and displaying wind flow around structures/objects using digital wind tunnel.
- When exporting my model from RFEM to RWIND, I get the message "Warning No. 7731 | Reading of logger file failed." What can I do to start the simulation in RWIND?
- Is it possible in the CRANEWAY software to obtain the SLS rotational deformations of a continuous beam at the supports for an isostatic beam in the web plane?
- How can I consider various wind profiles for various wind directions?
- Can I also use user-defined materials in RF‑/PLATE‑BUCKLING?
- Where is the fatigue design activated in the CRANEWAY program?
- Is it possible to use load transfer surfaces in RFEM 6 for wind load generation using RWIND?
- Where can I find the update reports, information about problem solving, and new features in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9?
- How do I get the current authorization file for RFEM 5, RSTAB 8, and other stand-alone programs?
- What is the meaning of the difference in the checksum of drag forces?
- In CRANEWAY, there is a crane library with templates. Why is it grayed out?
Design of crane runway girders according to EN 1993-6 and DIN 4132
PLATE-BUCKLING 8 | Stand-Alone
Plate buckling analysis of rectangular plates with or without stiffeners
Design of composite girders according to ENV 1994-1-1 (Eurocode 4)
Timber design of single-span and wide-span glulam beams according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of simple, continuous, and Gerber beams with or without cantilever according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of rectangular and circular columns according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of coupled purlins and continuous beams according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of three-hinged frames with finger joint connections according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of stiffening truss bracing according to Eurocode 5 or DIN 1052
Timber design of flat, monopitch, and duopitch roofs according to Eurocode 5