Integrating Objects in Quadrangle Surfaces Automatically
Tips & Tricks
In RFEM, surfaces are automatically connected if they have common boundary lines. If the definition line of a surface is lying in another surface, the line is automatically integrated into the surface, provided that the surface is plane. For quadrangle surfaces, however, the automatic object detection is more complex. Therefore, this automatic function is blocked, that is, you have to specify the integrated objects manually.
Luckily, RFEM offers an option that makes the integration of objects in quadrangle surfaces easier: By using the [Integrate All Objects] button, RFEM determines all nodes, lines, and openings that due to their geometry are relevant for integration. Then they appear in the list of the integrated objects, which can quickly be checked.
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Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids and contact elements