Frame Analysis Software RSTAB 9 | User Interface
Editable GUI for Individual Adjustment
The model is created in a graphical user interface characteristic for CAD programs, via tables, or a combination of both. Extensive shortcut menus facilitate the input. Since the structural model is visualised photorealistically, you can directly check the entered data.
Models are created in the graphical user interface typical for CAD programs. Right-clicking on graphical or navigator objects opens the shortcut menu, which facilitates creating or editing such objects.
The user interface is intuitive to use. Structural and loading objects can therefore be created in a minimal amount of time.
You can run the program in the following languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Czech, Polish, Russian, Chinese, and Dutch.
The photorealistic rendering of the model (optionally with textures) always provides immediate control of the input. Display colors can be freely adjusted and saved separately for screen and printout.
It is possible to selectively display or hide various objects such as nodes, members, supports, and others. The model can be dimensioned by using lines, arcs, inclinations, or height elevations. Freely created guidelines, sections, and comments facilitate the input and evaluation. You can also display or hide guide objects individually.
A global dialog box manages the units for input data, loads, and results in RFEM/RSTAB as well as in all add-ons.
You can save the settings and import them again later on. That way you can use different sections in steel and reinforced concrete structures, for example.
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This technical article presents some basics for using the Torsional Warping add-on (7 DOF). It is fully integrated into the main program and allows you to consider the cross-section warping when calculating member elements. In combination with the Stability Analysis and Steel Design add-ons, it is possible to perform the lateral-torsional buckling design with internal forces according to the second-order analysis, taking into account imperfections.
- We have purchased several online licenses. How can I move the authorization from one license to another?
- What Happens to the Online License if the Computer is Broken or Stolen?
- Unfortunately, the trial period of my trial version of RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9 has already expired. How can I continue to test the new Dlubal products?
- How can I assign existing loads to another load case?
- How can I optimize cross-sections within the steel design?
- What is the meaning of the two terms "Factorize provided reinforcement" and "Optimize provided reinforcement" in the concrete design?
- Can I download a 90-day trial version of RFEM 6 to test it out even if I own RFEM 5 now?
Is it possible to use the add-ons that are grayed out in the overview?
Can I open my old RFEM 5 models in RFEM 6 without any problems and edit them further?
- How can I create standardized printout reports in RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9 and use them as a template on other computers?