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RFEM 6 for Students | Introduction to Timber Design | November 29, 2023
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This free online training for students on timber design in RFEM 6 introduces important functions and modeling options using practical examples.
This recording was done on November 29th, 2023.
03:40 Introductory Example: Timber Column
21:15 Design Supports and Notches
34:05 Duopitch Roof Beam
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The new RFEM software generation provides the option to perform stability design of tapered timber members in line with the equivalent member method. According to this method, the design can be performed if the guidelines of DIN 1052, Section E8.4.2 for variable cross-sections are met. In various technical literature, this method is also adopted for Eurocode 5. This article demonstrates how to use the equivalent member method for a tapered roof girder.