Concert Stage with Membrane Roof
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Model of a concert stage made of aluminum with membrane roof
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The DXF interface in RFEM exports now a 3DFACE element in the DXF file for each FE mesh cell of the exported structure. The 3DFACE element is detected by AutoCAD during import, for example, and can be displayed as a surface in the graphic. Different visual styles help display the 3DFACE surfaces in a desired view.
SHAPE-THIN Table "6.2 Classification of the Cross-Section According to EN 1993-1" and Stress Diagram
- Design for tension, compression, bending, shear, and combined internal forces
- Stability analysis for flexural buckling, torsional buckling, and lateral-torsional buckling
- Automatic determination of critical buckling loads and critical moment for lateral-torsional buckling by means of integrated FEA program (eigenvalue analysis) from boundary conditions of loads and supports
- Option to apply discrete lateral supports of beams
- Automatic or manual cross-section classification
- Integration of parameters from National Annexes (NA) of the following countries:
- BS EN 1999-1-1/NA:2009 (United Kingdom)
- NBN EN 1999-1-1/ANB:2011-03 (Belgium)
- CYS EN 1999-1-1/NA:2009-07 (Cyprus)
- CSN EN 1999-1-1/NA:2009-02 (Czech Republic)
- DK EN 1999-1-1/NA:2013-05 (Denmark)
- SFS EN 1999-1-1/NA:2016-12 (Finland)
- DIN EN 1999-1-1/NA:2010-12 (Germany)
- ELOT EN 1999-1-1/NA:2010-11 (Greece)
- UNI EN 1999-1-1/NA:2011-02 (Italy)
- IS EN 1999-1-1/NA:2010-03 (Ireland)
- LST EN 1999-1-1/NA:2011-09 (Lithuania)
- LU EN 1999‑1‑1:2007/AN‑LU:2011 (Luxembourg)
- NEN EN 1999-1-1/NB:2011-12 (Netherlands)
- PN EN 1999-1-1/NA:2011-01 (Poland)
- STN EN 1999-1-1/NA:2010-01 (Slovakia)
- SS EN 1999-1-1/NA:2011-04 (Sweden)
- Serviceability limit state design for characteristic, frequent or quasi-permanent design situation
- Consideration of transverse welds
- Variety of cross-sections provided, for example I‑sections, C‑sections, rectangular hollow sections, square sections, angles with equal and unequal legs, flat steel, round bars
- Clearly arranged result tables
- Automatic cross‑section optimization
- Detailed result documentation with references to the design equations used and described in the standard
- Filter and sorting options of results including result lists by member, cross‑section, x‑location, or by load case, load and result combination
- Result window of member slenderness and governing internal forces
- Parts list including weight and volume specifications
- Seamless integration in RFEM/RSTAB
- Metric and imperial units
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