Webinar 3: BIM Integration and RFEM
Free Online Seminar
- Revit/Tekla integration with RFEM utilizing the direct link
- Round-tripping of updated model between programs
- Useful tips for a more optimized integration
- Other BIM options available
- Up to 2:05: Introduction
- Up to 7:55: Overview about possible Workflows
- Up to 39:34: Live Demo of the Revit-RFEM Interface
- Up to 59:37: Live Demo of the Tekla-RFEM Interface
- Up to 1:05:47: Short Overview about the other Interfaces
- Up to 1:08:16: Conclusion
Amy Heilig, PE
CEO - USA Office
Sales & Technical Support Engineer
Amy Heilig is the CEO of the USA office located in Philadelphia, PA. In addition, she provides sales and technical support and continues to aid in the development of Dlubal Software programs for the North American market.
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Dlubal online service with extensive cross-section libraries and determination of cross-section properties for structural design
Wind load simulation of the CIMU - ILE DE SEGUIN, Paris, in the digital wind tunnel in RWIND Simulation (© www.bouygues.com)
Pressure distribution of a residential building with a garage in the digital wind tunnel by RWIND Simulation
Dlubal YouTube channel with detailed, technical webinars for self-study on various structural analysis topics
Building model in various BIM applications and IFC Viewer as well as the calculated model in RFEM (deformations, below)
Different variants of the derivation of an analysis model for a bolted steel structure connection (red lines and nodes) for the calculation in a framework program
RF-/DYNAM Pro - Natural Vibrations Add-on Module for RFEM/RSTAB | Determination of natural frequencies and mode shapes
The material model Orthotropic Masonry 2D is an elastoplastic model that additionally allows softening of the material, which can be different in the local x- and y-direction of a surface. The material model is suitable for (unreinforced) masonry walls with in-plane loads.
When trying to import a model from AutoCAD into RFEM, I am getting the error message "3DSOLID or REGION entity detected. Those entities are written in binary format, so import is not possible."
What does this mean?
- When I import a .stp file into RFEM a lot of unused nodes appear. How can I avoid that?
- I have installed RFEM and Revit, but the buttons for the direct export/import in Revit are missing. What can I do?
- Why are my cross-sections defined in RFEM not imported to REVIT?
- Is it possible to export Revit without a license from RSTAB or RFEM?
- Is it possible to design bidirectional ribbed plates, unidirectional ribbed plates, or hollow core slabs in RFEM?
- I get the message that my material does not meet the requirements of the current standard. How can I correct this?
- Why are the values of a column base, head or center on the individual columns only displayed partially for the results from the calculation in RF‑CONCRETE Columns?
- I am trying to manually check the deformations from the CRANEWAY add-on module. However, I obtain great deviations. How to explain the differences?
- What should be considered when using a failure of columns under tension in the RF‑/DYNAM Pro – Equivalent Loads add-on module?
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