ACI 318-19 Concrete Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
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Date | Time
Free Webinar | ACI 318-19 Concrete Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
|01:40||Example 1 - concrete beam modeling and loading|
|15:00||LRFD Design Situation analysis results|
|16:20||Beam reinforcement input data|
|27:50||ACI 318-19 design results review|
|32:10||Example 2 - concrete surface and member reinforcement input data|
|52:33||ACI 318-19 design results review|
|57:40||Printout report options|
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With the most recent ACI 318-19 standard, the long-term relationship to determine the concrete shear resistance, Vc, is redefined.
- Although all the member design checks have been fulfilled, I get the "Not Covered Reinforcement" result. What is the reason?
- In RFEM 6, is it possible to display a graphic with the distribution of the required reinforcement in the DIN A0 format?
- Where can I find the graphical results of punching shear in the concrete design? Especially the distribution of shear forces at the critical perimeter or the punching loads.
The structural analysis program RFEM 6 is the basis of a modular software system. The main program RFEM 6 is used to define structures, materials, and loads of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, and members. The program can also design combined structures as well as solid and contact elements.