Stand-Alone Programs for Timber Structures
RX-TIMBER Glued-Laminated Beam designs wide-span glulam beams of eight different beam types (parallel, monopitch roof, double tapered beam, and others).
It is possible to consider typical stiffening elements for transversal tension, for example bonded steel bars.
The RX‑TIMBER Column program designs hinged columns (optionally with elastic head or footing restraint) and brackets (optionally with elastic footing restraint). There are various round and rectangular cross‑sections available.
The stand‑alone program RX‑TIMBER Purlin designs coupled purlins or continuous beams at the ultimate and the serviceability limit state as well as fire resistance according to Eurocode 5.
RX‑TIMBER Frame performs all required designs according to EC 5 for three‑hinged frames with the following geometry types:
- Symmetrical / asymmetrical
- Column sloping inside/outside
- Intermediate piece with/without
The RX‑TIMBER Brace stand‑alone program performs the ultimate and the serviceability limit state design as well as fire resistance design of truss bracing for stiffening according to Eurocode 5.
RX‑TIMBER Roof performs all required designs according to EC 5 for the following roof types:
- Flat roof
- Monopitch roof
- Duopitch roof (symmetrical / asymmetrical)
Do you have any questions about our products or which are best suited for your design projects? Contact us via phone, email, or chat or find suggested solutions and useful tips on our FAQ page available 24/7.
- Design of tension, compression, bending, shear, torsion, and combined internal forces
- Consideration of a notch
- Support pressure design for the internal and external supports
- Design of curved and tapered members
- I have a question about the results of the serviceability limit state design: How is the increment of the dead load by the factor 1.8 and the imposed load by 1.48 explained in the result combinations for the SLS design?
- Which Dlubal Software programs can I use to calculate and design timber structures?
- Windows Defender does not allow me to install RX‑TIMBER. Is it possible to get around this?
- How do I create a user-defined material in the RX‑TIMBER program?
- How can I load the authorization file (AUTHOR.INI) in the RX‑TIMBER add-on module?
- Can I also apply the user-defined loads in RX‑TIMBER?
- How can I change the language in the RX‑TIMBER add-on module?
- Is it possible to open the RX‑TIMBER files in RFEM and RSTAB?
- The dimensioning in the graphical display in the RX‑TIMBER printout report is very confusing, depending on a structure. Is is possible to optimize it?
- Where is the consequences class defined in RX‑TIMBER?
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