CSA A23.3:19 Concrete Building Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
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Date | Time
Free Webinar | CSA A23.3:19 Concrete Building Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
|01:45||Structure modeling review in RFEM 6|
|06:55||Loading and load combinations review|
|16:25||Member, surface, punching shear input data|
|36:05||Concrete Design Add-on input data|
|39:25||Static analysis results review|
|41:20||Concrete design results review|
|51:30||Building Model Add-on input data|
|59:30||Static analysis results review|
|1:02:18||Building element concrete design|
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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.
Concrete Design for RFEM 6
In the Concrete Design add-on, various designs according to international standards are possible. You can design members, surfaces, and columns, as well as perform punching and deformation analyses.
The RFEM Building Model add-on allows you to define and manipulate a building by means of stories. The stories can be adjusted in many ways afterwards. Information about the stories and the entire model (center of gravity) is displayed in tables and graphics.