CFD Wind Simulation with RWIND 2
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Free Webinar | CFD Wind Simulation with RWIND 2
- Wind load parameters and settings
- Numerical wind tunnel analysis and results
- Wind load export and integration into RFEM 6
- RWIND 2 improvements, advantages, and benefits
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RFEM and RSTAB have a special interface for exporting models (i.e. structures defined by members and surfaces) to RWIND Basic. In this interface, the wind directions to be analyzed are defined by means of related angular positions about the vertical model axis, and the height-dependent wind and turbulence intensity profile is defined on the basis of a wind standard. Based on this information, you can use stored calculation parameters for a stationary calculation for each angular position.
You can also run the RWIND Basic program manually without the interface in RFEM and RSTAB. In this case, the structures and terrain environment in RWIND Basic are directly modeled by importing VTP, STL, OBJ, and IFC files. The height-dependent wind load and other fluid-mechanical data can be defined directly in RWIND Basic.
Does RWIND 2 also work on a MAC?
- Where can I adjust the settings of my wind simulation in RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9?
- Is it possible to use load transfer surfaces in RFEM 6 for wind load generation using RWIND?
- Can I also use RWIND 2 with RFEM 5/RSTAB 8?
- How can I open RWIND using the load wizard in RFEM and RSTAB?
- How do I apply wind load on members of open structures?
- What is the meaning of the difference in the checksum of drag forces?
- Is it possible to export RWIND Simulation results into a GIS software or any other external program?
- I saw somewhere that it is possible to set the ground level for a model in RWIND (for example, for a model with a basement). Unfortunately, I cannot find where to set this.
- Is it possible to keep the results from RWIND Simulation when deleting the FE mesh if I only adjust materials or support conditions?
RFEM 6 structural analysis software is the basis of a modular software system. The main RFEM 6 program is used to define structures, materials, and loads of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, and members. The program also allows you to create combined structures as well as to model solid and contact elements.
RWIND is a program (digital wind tunnel) for the numerical simulation of wind flows around any building geometries with determination of the wind loads on their surfaces. It can be used as a standalone application or used together with RFEM and RSTAB for complete structural analysis and design.
RWIND is a program (digital wind tunnel) for the numerical simulation of wind flows around any building geometries with determination of the wind loads on their surfaces. It can be used as a standalone application or together with RFEM and RSTAB for complete structural analysis and design.