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Basics of the design in RF-CONCRETE Members
Basics of design in RF-CONCRETE Surfaces
Punching shear checks with RF-PUNCH Pro
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- Concrete Structural Analysis & Design Software
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The nonlinear calculation is activated by selecting the design method of the serviceability limit state. You can individually select the analyses to be performed as well as the stress-strain diagrams for concrete and reinforcing steel. It is possible to influence the iteration process by the control parameters of the convergence accuracy, the maximum number of iterations, the arrangement of layers in relation to the cross-section depth, or the damping factor.
You can set the limit values in the serviceability limit state individually for each surface or a surface group. Allowable limit values are defined by the maximum deformation, the maximum stresses, or the maximum crack widths. The definition of the maximum deformation requires an additional specification whether the non-deformed or the deformed system should be used for the design.
The nonlinear calculation can be applied to the ultimate and the serviceability limit state design. In addition, you can specify the concrete tensile strength or the tension stiffening between the cracks. It is possible to influence the iteration process by the control parameters of the convergence accuracy, the maximum number of iterations, and the damping factor.
- Why is it not possible to select "ULS," "SLS," or "ULS/SLS" for the "required reinforcement"? I cannot find the selection for this anymore.
- In the RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces add-on module, I get a design failure for the serviceability limit state (SLS) and no values are displayed for the steel stresses. Also, Message 239) is displayed. Why?
- Can I define a different bar size in the RFEM 6 Concrete Design add-on other than the default bar sizes available in the drop-down?
- Can the RFEM 6 Concrete Design add-on automatically design member and surface reinforcement?
- Why is it not possible to select the user-defined additional reinforcement for the serviceability limit state design in RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces?
- What is the maximum number of reinforcement groups that can be created in a design case in RF‑CONCRETE Surfaces?
- I would like to perform punching design of a floor slab. I have selected nodes for the design, but they are marked as invalid. Where did I make a mistake?
- Is the deformation analysis in state II included in the concrete design in RFEM 6?
- How can I open the interaction diagram from Concrete Design?
- Why are the members not valid for the Concrete Design add-on?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids, and contact elements
Design of reinforced concrete members and surfaces (plates, walls, planar structures, shells)
Reinforced concrete design according to the model column method (method based on nominal curvature)
Physical and geometrical nonlinear calculation of beam and plate structures consisting of reinforced concrete
Analytical deformation analysis of plate structures consisting of reinforced concrete
Punching shear design of foundations and slabs with nodal and line supports