Steel Connection of Beam to Column
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Steel connection of beam to column. The model is created using the Steel Joints Add-on for RFEM 6.
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- Updated 7 April 2022
- Number of Nodes 656
- Number of Lines 552
- Number of Members 272
- Number of Surfaces 53
- Number of Solids 0
- Number of Load Cases 3
- Number of Load Combinations 0
- Number of Result Combinations 0
- Total Weight 0,066 t
- Dimensions 0,552 x 0,580 x 0,240 m
With the RFEM 6 add-on Steel Joints, you can analyze steel connections by using an FE model. This article demonstrates how to evaluate and document the steel joints analysis results.
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