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  1. Cantilever with Lateral Support

    Influence of the Parameters for Lateral-Torsional Buckling on the Design in RF-/STEEL EC3

    The input windows in RF-/STEEL EC3 distinguish between the flexural and lateral-torsional buckling analysis. In the following, an example will show the parameters for lateral-torsional buckling.

  2. Designing End Plate Connection of Hollow Sections Under Tension According to the CIDECT Method and by Means of the FEM Model

    A site joint consisting of hollow sections with end plates will be designed. It is the bottom chord of a truss which has to be divided for transport reasons.

  3. Impact of a Passenger Car on a Carport

    Impact Load of a Passenger Car on a Carport

    The fundamental requirements of a structural system are, according to the basis of structural design, sufficient ultimate limit state, serviceability and resistance. Structures must be designed in such a way that no damage occurs due to events such as the impact of a vehicle.

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    Seismic Loads on Buildings in Germany

    DIN EN 1998-1 with the National Annex DIN EN 1998-1/NA specifies how to determine seismic loads. The standard applies to structural engineering in seismic areas.

  5. Biaxial Load Eccentricities in Cross-Section

    Designing Reinforced Concrete Compression Elements Subjected to Biaxial Bending with the Nominal Curvature Method

    Daily tasks in reinforced concrete design also include designing compression elements subjected to biaxial bending. The following article describes the different methods according to Chapter 5.8.9, EN 1992-1-1, which can be used to design compression elements with biaxial load eccentricities by means of the nominal curvature method according to 5.8.8.

  6. Structural System, Loading, Internal Forces

    Elastic-Plastic Cross-Section Design

    The following article describes designing a two-span beam subjected to bending by means of the RF-/STEEL EC3 add-on module according to EN 1993-1-1. The global stability failure will be excluded due to sufficient stabilizing measures.

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    Working with the Project Manager

    The Project Manager is installed by default when installing RFEM and RSTAB and manages all projects and calculation files. In the Project Manager, you can link different projects to have a clear overview of the program files.

  8. Differences Between the Analytical and Nonlinear Deformation Analysis of Reinforced Concrete

    Different methods are available for calculating the deformation in the cracked state. RFEM provides an analytical method according to DIN EN 1992-1-1 7.4.3 and a physical-nonlinear analysis. Both methods have different features and can be more or less suitable depending on the circumstances. This article will give an overview of the two calculation methods.

  9. Reinforced Concrete Column Design per ACI 318-14 in RFEM

    Using RF-CONCRETE Members, concrete column design is possible according to ACI 318-14. Accurately designing concrete column shear and longitudinal reinforcement is important for safety considerations. The following article will confirm the reinforcement design in RF-CONCRETE Members using step-by-step analytical equations per the ACI 318-14 standard including required longitudinal steel reinforcement, gross cross-sectional area, and tie size/spacing.

  10. Timber Panel Construction

    Calculating Timber Panel Walls | 1. Determining the Ultimate Limit State and Stiffness

    The stiffening of timber structures is usually carried out by means of timber panels. For this purpose, structural components consisting of slabs (chipboards, OSB) are connected with members. Several articles will describe the basics of this construction method and the calculation in the RFEM program. This first article describes the basic determination of the stiffnesses as well as the calculation.

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