Where can I set partial safety factors for design in RF-CONCRETE Members?

Answer

The partial safety factors for reinforced concrete design can be edited in Window 1.6 "Reinforcement" in the corresponding tab for the selected National Annex (for example, DIN EN 1992‑1‑1).

If required, you can also reset these values to the default value.

In a similar way, this also applies to the add-on modules RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces and RF‑/CONCRETE Columns.

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