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SHAPE-THIN Table "6.2 Classification of the Cross-Section According to EN 1993-1" and Stress Diagram
- Full integration in RFEM/RSTAB including import of all relevant information and internal forces
- Determination of stress ranges for the available load cases, load or result combinations
- Free assignment of detail categories on the available stress points of the cross-section
- User-defined specification of damage equivalent factors
- Design of members and sets of members according to EN 1993-1-9
- Cross-section optimization with optional transfer to RFEM/RSTAB
- Detailed result documentation with the references to design equations used
- Various filter and sorting options of results including result lists by member, cross-section, x-location, or by load case, load and result combination
- Visualization of design criterion on RFEM/RSTAB model
- Data export to MS Excel
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