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Eurocode 3 | Steel Structures According to DIN EN 1993-1-1
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Why An Online Training?
Online group training sessions provide the opportunity to gain expert knowledge and to ensure you’re getting the most out of your Dlubal programs.
Date | Time
ContentOnline Training on Steel Design According to DIN EN 1993-1-1 | Theory and Practical Examples
Target is to give an introduction to Eurocode 3, Part 1-1. The application of the steel design add-ons for the dimensioning according to EC 3 will be explained using selected practical examples.
Price195.00 EUR net, excluding VAT
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|-||Stability analysis in ULS|
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Additional informationA reliable internet connection is required to participate. Basic knowledge in the use of RSTAB or RFEM is also required. The online training is carried out using RFEM with the associated add-ons.
During the training, each participant can ask questions via chat at any time.
Each participant receives after the event
- Training certificate
- Training presentation for download
- Used models for download
- Video recording of the training
Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Metzkes
Product Engineering & Customer Support
Mr. Metzkes is responsible for the development in the area of steel structures and provides technical support to our customers.
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Lukas Sühnel
Product Engineering & Customer Support
- Structural Analysis and Design Software for Steel Structures
- Steel Design Add-on for RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9
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The following example presents a comparison between a shell model and a simple member model performed in RFEM. In the case of the shell model, a beam is suspended within the surfaces and modeled with restraints on both sides due to the boundary conditions. This is a statically indeterminate system that will form plastic hinges when overloaded. The comparison is carried out on a member model that has the same boundary conditions as the shell model.
RF-/PLATE-BUCKLING Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Plate Buckling Analysis for Plates with or Without Stiffeners According to 1993-1-5
RF-/STEEL Fatigue Members Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Fatigue Design of Members According to EN 1993-1-9
RF-IMP/RSIMP Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Generation of Equivalent Geometric Imperfections and Pre-Deformed Initial Structures
RF-/JOINTS Steel - Tower Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Hinged Connections of Lattice Towers According to EC 3
RF-/TOWER Effective Lengths Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Determination of Effective Lengths for Lattice Towers
RF-/JOINTS Steel - Column Base Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Hinged and Restrained Column Bases According to EC 3
RF-/STEEL BS Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Design of Steel Members According to BS 5950 or BS EN 1993-1-1
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