RFEM Webinar 2: Advanced Modeling

Everything I Expected and More

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Event Language



  • Buckling behaviour of members utilizing RF-STABILITY
  • Addressing FEA singularities with concrete surface design
  • Use of 'result beams' for additional structure information
  • Nonlinear material modeling with a plastic stress analysis of a steel connection
  • Functional printing methods and printout report options

Time Schedule

  • Up to 00:02:50: Introduction
  • Up to 00:11:17: Addressing instabilities with RF-STABILITY
  • Up to 00:24:22: Addressing singularities in RFEM
  • Up to 00:32:00: Application of line releases
  • Up to 00:44:30: Various uses of result beams
  • Up to 01:01:10: Nonlinear plastic steel connection analysis utilizing FEA
  • Up to 01:06:25: Printing methods and functionalities in RFEM
  • Up to 01:08:50: Closing remarks

Amy Heilig, PE

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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