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AnswerFinally, all loads defined in RSBEWEG / RF-MOVE relate to bars. In the example is for bar train no. 1 the Staborientierung against the Stabsatzorientierung fixed. In the rod set no. 2, however, the staff set orientation is the same as the Staborientierung.
You can easily adjust both systems by z. B. all rods of the rod set no. 1 and changes the orientation with the function shown in Figure 1 below. The moving loads must then be regenerated.
These load positions can be generated in the RF-MOVE or RSMOVE add-on module: Model File under Downloads includes two cases of moving loads (Crane A and Crane B). There are 50 load cases resulting for the moving loads only.
The load cases are then combined automatically. In the "Actions" tab, you can specify the effect of the load cases to each other. For this, the load cases for Crane A are assigned to Group 1, the load cases for Crane B to Group 2. This means that all combinations of Crane A are mutually exclusive. The same applies to Crane B. However, the load cases of Crane A can be combined with the load cases of Crane B.
Further information on moving loads and the combination of actions can be found in our manuals.
Define several load cases to create a moving load. Each load case should correspond to a certain position of the moving load in the structure.
You can easily generate the load cases from the load positions on members in the add-on modules RF-MOVE (for RFEM) and RSMOVE (for RSTAB). Using RF-MOVE Surfaces, it is also possible to generate load cases from moving loads on surfaces in RFEM (see the figure).
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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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