FAQ 002098 EN-US
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The reinforced concrete design for the fire situation is carried out according to the simplified method according to EN 1992-1-2 clause 4.2. The "zone method" described in Annex B.2 is used.
Depending on stiffness, mass, and damping, structures react differently to wind action.
- How do I display the utilization ratio of a compression column in RF‑CONCRETE Members?
- Why do I get the error message 10203 for a result beam when performing design with RF‑CONCRETE Members?
- Is it possible to design bidirectional ribbed plates, unidirectional ribbed plates, or hollow core slabs in RFEM?
- Why is the deflection of the reinforced concrete floor sometimes greater when selecting a larger basic reinforcement?
- How can I increase the minimum shear reinforcement in RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces?
- How can I quickly transfer a modified value to the other rows in the input table of an add-on module?
- When calculating deformations in RF‑CONCRETE Members, I see inconsistencies in the deflection diagram. Why?
- I do not obtain any deformations in the results of the calculation with RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces. What can be the reason?
- I get Error 108 when designing steel stress in RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces. Why?
- When determining internal forces in RFEM, I obtain compression axial forces that do not arise in the design internal forces in the design in RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces. Why, what is the reason?
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