FAQ 003087 | In RFEM or RSTAB, can I define temperature loads for members that have, for example,...

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In RFEM or RSTAB, can I define temperature loads for members that have, for example, 350 °C at the member start and 200 °C at the member end?

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This is possible: For this, select the "Temperature" load distribution for the member load and then specify trapezoidal variable distribution over the length and height of the cross-section.

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