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WIN | 09/2022 - What's New in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9?
First Steps with RFEM
This short video presents the most important new features of the past month.
In August 2022, the following functions have been implemented in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9, among other things:
00:04 Welded or bolted connections of rectangular cross-sections
00:17 User-defined parameters as optimization criteria
00:34 Development of a direct interface to Autodesk Revit
00:59 Linearly variable load distribution on load transfer surfaces
01:19 Nodes, Lines, and Surface Releases
01:35 Equilibrium for undeformed structure as a static analysis setting
Dlubal Update Hollow sections Rectangular section Rectangular cross-section Connections Connection design Optimization Autodesk Revit Plugin Load transfer surfaces Nodal release Line release Surface release Primary state of stress New customer version What's new at Dlubal What's new in RFEM 6 What's new in RSTAB 9 Update report Release Construction Civil engineering Structural engineer Structural design Structural designer Structural analysis RFEM 6 RSTAB 9 Dlubal Software
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