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Corrugated Web Beam - Zeman: WTA - 1250 - 300x20
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FAQ 005417 | How can I model a corrugated web beam in RFEM 6?
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- Updated 11 September 2023
- Number of Nodes 733
- Number of Lines 20
- Number of Members 11
- Number of Surfaces 5
- Number of Solids 0
- Number of Load Cases 1
- Number of Load Combinations 0
- Number of Result Combinations 0
- Total Weight 0.712 t
- Dimensions 6.200 x 1.270 x 1.173 m
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