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  1. Figure 01 - Graphical and Tabular Display of the Forces of a Line Release
    New 001378 RFEM Results

    Display of Forces and Deformations of Hinges and Releases

    RFEM offers the following tables to display forces and deformations of hinges and releases:

    • 4.45 Line Hinges - Deformations
    • 4.46 Line Hinges - Forces
    • 4.47 Member Hinges - Deformations
    • 4.48 Member Hinges - Forces
    • 4.49 Nodal Releases - Deformations
    • 4.50 Nodal Releases - Forces
    • 4.51 Line Releases - Deformations
    • 4.52 Line Releases - Forces

    The tables can be displayed in the prinout report. Moreover, the results in line hinges and line releases can be displayed graphically. It can be controlled by the Project Navigator - Results.

  2. Transfer of Reinforcement from RFEM/RSTAB (Top) to Revit (Bottom)

    Bar Reinforcement Export to Revit

    The reinforcement concept from RF-/CONCRETE Members can be exported to Revit. Rectangular and circular cross-sections are possible at the moment. The reinforcement bars can be modified afterwards in Revit.
  3. Figure 01 - Load Type "Imposed Line Deformation"

    Imposed Line Deformation

    Imposed line deformations can be defined for supported lines in RFEM. For example, foundation settlements can be simulated with this function.

    Moreover, it is possible to define imposed rotations for lines.

  4. Figure 01 - Load Type "Imposed Line Deformation"

    Imposed Line Deformation

    Imposed line deformations can be defined for supported lines in RFEM. For example, foundation settlements can be simulated with this function.

    Moreover, it is possible to define imposed rotations for lines.

  5. Foil Cushion with Material Model Isotropic Plastic 2D/3D

    Nonlinear Material Law for Membranes

    RFEM offers the option to couple surfaces with the stiffness types "Membrane" and "Membrane-Orthotropic" with the material models "Isotropic Nonlinear Elastic 2D/3D" and "Isotropic Plastic 2D/3D" (RF-MAT NL add-on module required).

    This functionality enables the simulation of the nonlinear strain behaviour of, for example, ETFE foils.

  6. Torsional Stress in the Intersection Points of a Cross-Laminated Timber Panel in RFEM

    Torsional Design in RF-LAMINATE

    In the RF-LAMINATE add-on module for RFEM, the design of torsional shear stresses is possible in the superposition of net and gross cross-section values. The design is effected separately each in x- and y-direction. The loadings of the intersection points of cross-laminated timber panels are designed.
  7. Stability Design Including Warping Torsion in RF-/STEEL AISC

    Warping Torsion Analysis in RF-/STEEL AISC

    By using the integrated module extension RF-/STEEL AISC Warping Torsion, the design according to the Steel Design Guide 9 can be performed in RF-/STEEL AISC.
    The calculation is effected with 7 degrees of freedom according to the warping torsion theory and allows the realistic stability design including the consideration of torsion.

  8. Graphical Display of Mode Shape in RF-/STEEL AISC

    Eigenvalue Solver for Member Design in RF-/STEEL AISC

    The determination of the critical buckling moment is carried out in RF-/STEEL AISC by using the eigenvalue solver which allows an exact determination of the critical buckling load.

    The eigenvalue solver is completed by a display window of the eigenvalue graphics which ensures the check of the boundary conditions.

  9. Definition of Lateral Restraints in RF-/STEEL AISC

    Consideration of Lateral Restraints in RF-/STEEL AISC

    In RF-/STEEL AISC, it is possible to consider lateral restraints at any location. It is, for example, possible to stabilize only the upper flange.

    Moreover, user-defined lateral restraints can be assigned, for example single rotational and translational springs at any location at the cross-section.

  10. Module Window 1.4 Geometry

    Design

    The design is carried out according to EN 1993-1-8 and EN 1993-1-1. It is assumed that the internal forces are directly located in the defined node. In case of beam-column connections, additional eccentricities thus appear to the connection level which have to be considered in the calculation. Besides the design of the sufficient ultimate limit state of the connection, a calculation and classification of the connection with regard to stiffness is performed.

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