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This technical article presents some basics for using the Torsional Warping add-on (7 DOF). It is fully integrated into the main program and allows you to consider the cross-section warping when calculating member elements. In combination with the Stability Analysis and Steel Design add-ons, it is possible to perform the lateral-torsional buckling design with internal forces according to the second-order analysis, taking into account imperfections.
- Where can I find the calculation parameters to be set?
- How can I deactivate the consideration of shear stiffness for a cross-section calculation?
- How can a model be regenerated or where can I adjust the model tolerances?
- What is the reason for changing the colors for compression and tension in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9 with respect to previous program versions? Since then, compression was red and tension was blue.
- When analyzing the combinations using the geometric linear method, it seems that the parallel calculation works.However, when I change the method to the second-order analysis, it seems that the solver calculates the combinations one by one.
- Do I have to rewrite my own tools created with RF‑COM, for example, to enter models in RFEM 6?
- My model in RFEM 6 is unstable. How can I fix it?
- Is the import from Microsoft Excel still available in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9?
- Do you provide a free viewer to open the RFEM 6 or RSTAB 9 files?
- Is it possible to manually create page breaks in a printout report?