<span style="font-size: 12px;">Bionic structure</span>
Bionic means transferring from nature to technology. Accordingly, structures with an animal or plant-like appearance can be regarded as bionic.
For example, fillets between crossing members act like branches of a tree.
The production costs can be higher, but the advantages can be found in the utilization of the material. In the example of fillets, singularities can be minimized in the intersection points.
The number of degrees of freedom in a node is no longer a global calculation parameter in RFEM (6 degrees of freedom for each mesh node in 3D models, 7 degrees of freedom for the warping torsion analysis). Thus, each node is generally considered with a different number of degrees of freedom, which leads to a variable number of equations in the calculation.
This modification speeds up the calculation, especially for models where a significant reduction of the system could be achieved (e.g. trusses and membrane structures).
- The scale of my graphic is not displayed in the printout report. How can I change that?
- How can I use the COM interface to B. delete all nodes or members in a model?
- Why does the vertical position of a result member in my model have no influence on the bending moment My of the member?
- Is it possible to keep the results from RWIND Simulation when deleting the FE mesh if I only adjust materials or support conditions?
- How do I model a tent roof with two cone tips?
- How can I create a curved or arched section?
- How can I change the colors of the selection and preselection?
- How are the signs for the release results of a line release and line hinges interpreted?
- After the calculation in the RF‑/DYNAM Pro - Equivalent Loads add-on module, the size of my file has increased significantly. The performance has worsened enormously. What could be the reason for this?
- Is it possible to make the generated member loads from area loads via plane to act eccentrically on the member cross-section?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids and contact elements