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FAQ 003623 | Where in RF‑PUNCH Pro is the direction of the individual reinforcement layers displayed?
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QuestionWhere in RF‑PUNCH Pro is the direction of the individual reinforcement layers displayed?
AnswerThe reinforcement directions phi 1 and phi 2 are displayed in Window 1.4 when clicking one of the cells shown in Figure 01.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- What is the meaning of "Common Surfaces" in RF‑PUNCH Pro? Do I have to set anything here?
- The critical perimeter at the wall corner in my structure looks strange. What can be the reason?
- Can I design a reinforced concrete structure according to ÖNORM in RFEM?
- I have entered a line support with "Wall in Z," but I cannot select the wall end for the design in RF‑PUNCH Pro. Why?
- Which static depth d is applied in RF‑PUNCH Pro for the design on surfaces with a variable thickness?
- Are the minimum moments also considered in the case of punching shear on foundation plates?
- How can I display the results from RF‑PUNCH Pro exactly in the critical perimeter with a result value?
- What is the meaning of a "main load" and "secondary load" in RF‑PUNCH Pro and where does this load come from?
- Is it also possible to check the punching shear on vertical walls?
- Is it also possible to manually enter the load for the punching shear design in RF‑PUNCH Pro?