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Construction of the ÖkoFEN Headquarters, Saint Baldoph, France


20 October 2021


Customer Project

In order to meet the increasing demand added to the staff numbers, the company OköFEN, specialized in wood pellet boilers, conducted the construction of new premises for its French head office.

Webinar Recording: New Features in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9


19 October 2021



This webinar shows some new features of RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9.

Renovation of the Fondation Avicenne, Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris, France


18 October 2021


Customer Project

The Fondation Avicenne, formerly known as the Maison de l'Iran created in the 1960s, is a building of the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris (CIUP) which now shelters many houses where students coming from all around the world are accommodated in an outstanding landscaped environment.

Video: RFEM 6 | New Structural Analysis and Design Software


15 October 2021



The time has come. The new structural analysis and design program RFEM 6 is now available! The new version of the 3D finite element software with new features and a new concept is the perfect tool for the modern structural engineer.

There are many new features and program functions. Here is a small selection.

New Generation of Structural Analysis and Design Software Released!


11 October 2021


Current News

The new programs RFEM 6, RSTAB 9, RSECTION 1 and RWIND 2 are released now. Numerous new features have been implemented in the programs and the add-ons directly integrated in RFEM/RSTAB. Get to know the new programs and download the free Trial Versions.

Student Lessons: Engineering Mechanics | Internal Forces on Beam | Shear Force Distribution | Cut Face


7 October 2021



This video explains internal forces on the beam. At the beginning, the positive and negative cut faces are shown. This is followed by the determination of the shear forces at the start and end of the beam.

Notes on Considering Flush Beam Strips or Intermittent Ceiling Supports in Reinforced Concrete Structures


6 October 2021


Knowledge Base

According to Book 631 of the DAfStb (German Committee for Structural Concrete), Chapter 2.4, the structural behavior of ceilings changes if their continuous support by walls is interrupted in areas of openings. Depending on the length of the opening area and the plate thickness, measures are necessary regarding the analysis of the ceiling in the area of the opening.

Combination of Actions for Road Bridges According to EN 1991-2


4 October 2021


Knowledge Base

In addition to the basic combination rules of EN 1990, there are other combination conditions for actions on road bridges specified in EN 1991‑2 that must be taken into account.

Creating Moving Loads in RF-MOVE Surfaces


1 October 2021


Knowledge Base

RF-MOVE Surfaces facilitates the generation of load cases from different positions of moving loads. Based on the moving load's load positions, RFEM generates separate load cases for RFEM. Optionally, an enveloping result combination of all load positions is created.

Design of a Welded Truss Girder


30 September 2021


Knowledge Base

This technical article deals with the design of structural components and cross-sections of a welded truss girder in the ultimate limit state. Furthermore, the deformation analysis in the serviceability limit state is described.

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Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation

With the stand -alone program RWIND Simulation, you can simulate wind flows around simple or complex structures by means of a digital wind tunnel.

The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM or RSTAB.