Cross-Section Properties Software
Have you been busy calculating cross-sections for a very long time? Dlubal Software can make your work easier. The stand-alone program RSECTION determines the section properties for any thin-walled and massive cross-sections. Then, it performs a stress analysis for you. This can save you a lot of time and effort in order to invest both more reasonably: in the further planning of your project.
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The cross-section data of a SHAPE-THIN section can be documented not only in the printout report with the usual selection options, but also as a short version. With the "Report Summary" option, the current cross-section graphic as well as the most important input and output data are summarized on one page.
- What is the difference between the dongle drivers of CRANEWAY and RFEM or RSTAB?
- How can I show or hide the printout report navigator?
- How do I get the current authorization file for RFEM 5, RSTAB 8, and other stand-alone programs?
- Can I import a SHAPE‑THIN cross-section into RFEM 6 or RSTAB 9?
- Where on the Dlubal extranet can I download my RFEM / RSTAB authorization file?
- I encountered a sharing violation while importing a dxf file into SHAPE‑THIN. What is the issue?
- How is the automatic creation of c/t-parts carried out?
- The import of internal forces from RFEM or RSTAB to SHAPE‑THIN requires administrator rights. Is it possible to carry out the transfer without administrator rights?
- Is it possible to open files created with SHAPE‑THIN in the previous program versions, such as SHAPE‑THIN 7?
- I have imported a SHAPE‑THIN cross-section into RFEM/RSTAB. How can I update the cross-section in RFEM/RSTAB if the cross-section has been changed in the SHAPE‑THIN program?
Properties and stresses of thin-walled and cold-formed cross-sections
Section properties, stress analysis, and reinforced concrete design of thick-walled cross-sections