FAQ 004655 | Can I enter a provided basic reinforcement in RF‑CONCRETE Columns?

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Can I enter a provided basic reinforcement in RF‑CONCRETE Columns?


RF-CONCRETE Columns designs a provided reinforcement to perform a stability analysis using the method with nominal curvature.

However, the fire resistance design may require a higher basic reinforcement. For this, you can activate the "User-defined minimum and maximum longitudinal reinforcement" in the "DIN EN 1992‑1‑1" tab of Window 1.4 Reinforcement. Then, you can specify an increased basic reinforcement by clicking the [Edit] button.

Figure 01 - Window 1.4 in RF-CONCRETE Columns with Setting of Provided Basic Reinforcement


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