CSA S16:19 Steel Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
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Free Webinar | CSA S16:19 Steel Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
|01:55||RFEM 6 structure and load review|
|12:10||Stability Analysis Add-on instability troubleshooting|
|20:30||CSA S16:19 Annex O.2 stability requirements|
|45:40||Steel Design Add-on member input|
|1:00:35||Analysis and design results review|
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