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RFEM | Structural dynamics and earthquake design according to EC 8
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ContentOnline basic training on earthquake design according to Eurocode 8 using the FEM static program RFEM
In this training you will learn the basics of structural dynamics and the most important verification methods for earthquake design. Using a practical example, the multi-modal response spectrum method and its implementation in RFEM and the associated modules of the RF-DYNAM Pro series is explained. Open questions can be discussed.
Price195.00 EUR net, excluding VAT
|-||Overview of possible design methods|
|-||Multi-Modal response spectrum analysis|
|-||Practical example 1: Response spectrum analysis|
|-||Dynamic actions on structures|
|-||Practical example 2: Machine induced vibrations|
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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Stefan Frenzel
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Mr. Frenzel is responsible for the development of products for dynamic analysis. He also provides technical support for customers of Dlubal Software.
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