FAQ 004182 | Is it possible in RFEM and RSTAB to completely define a member by entering the data in tables?

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Is it possible in RFEM and RSTAB to completely define a member by entering the data in tables?

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Yes, it is possible.

You can enter all the data necessary for:
  • Nodes
  • Lines
  • Materials
  • Cross-Sections
  • Supports
All of them can be entered in the tables provided for this purpose.

If the cross-section description from the Dlubal cross-section library is known, this can also be entered directly in Column A in Table 1.13. Otherwise, you can use the cell to open the cross-section library.

This is also possible in RSTAB. Here, it is not required to enter the line. This is only necessary in RFEM.

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