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The printout report provides no way to document parameter lists and formulas used.
However, the parameter list and formulas can be exported to Excel by selecting File → Export. To do this, select the corresponding check boxes in the "Formulas and Parameters" dialog section of the "Export Tables to Microsoft Excel - Settings" dialog box (Figure 1).
The export of parameter lists and formulas is also available in the "Export Table" dialog box (Figure 2), which you can open by using the Excel button in the toolbar of the relevant table.
The Excel tables could then be added to the printout report as a text block, for example. This will be shown in the video.
AnswerWith the time history monitor, you can view all results over a period of time. In this case, it is also possible to select several parts of the structure and then export the results directly to Excel.
AnswerIt is possible to export the effective lengths from the add-on module to EXCEL as shown in Figure 1.
AnswerIt is possible to export the effective lengths from the add-on module to EXCEL or import it from EXCEL, as shown in Figure 1.
AnswerThe reason for this error message is the wrong title of the Excel sheet. The sheet with the acceleration data should be named "Acceleration Data" so that the module knows in which sheet the data is contained.
AnswerThe export of the model is easily possible. The export function of the program offers various interfaces. Using the EXCEL interface, the desired tables and formulas can be quickly transferred to EXCEL (see Figure 1). In the opposite way, of course, the tables can also be read in via the import function in RSTAB / RFEM (see Figure 2).
AnswerWhen importing tables, select File -> Import, activate the "Formulas in tables and parameters" check box in the "Options" tab of the "Import from Microsoft Excel - Settings" window (see Figure 1).When importing tables using the Excel button of the current table, activate the "Formulas in table" check box. If the parameters have not yet been created, select the "Parameters" check box (see Figure 2).
You can export the nodal support forces in Table 4.1 "Nodes - Support Forces" (RFEM) or 4.4 "Nodes - Support Forces" (RSTAB) by using the [Export/Import Table] button. Under "Results for LC/CO/RC," you can select whether to export the currently set load case or combination, all or only specific load cases, load combinations and result combinations.
AnswerIn this case, the COM interface of Excel is not registered correctly. Reasons for this may be B. may be:
- "Registration cleaners" (for example, CCleaner ...) have destroyed the registry
- The antivirus software blocks the export
- Missing User Rights
- C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Common Files \ Dlubal \ DLInstaller
If this workflow does not work either, Excel has to be reinstalled.
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Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation
With the stand-alone program RWIND Simulation, wind flows around simple or complex structures can be simulated by means of a digital wind tunnel.
The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM or RSTAB.
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