FAQ 002361 EN-US

Modeling | Loading RFEM RSTAB

How do I take eccentric load introduction into account?


To take into account external concentrated loads that act eccentrically on a member, it is possible to model a connection via a rigid member. The rigid member is connected perpendicularly to the corresponding member, and the length of the rigid member corresponds to the value of the eccentricity.
Alternatively, the corresponding torsional moment, which is a result of the eccentric load introduction, could be entered as external loading. This way, it would not be necessary to define a rigid member and the corresponding eccentricity would still have been taken into account.


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