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CP 001061 | Look-Out Tower in the Nature Discovery Park Panarbora, Germany
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Look-Out Tower in the Nature Discovery Park Panarbora, Germany
In September 2015, the nature discovery park Panarbora was opened near Cologne. A highlight of the park is the 40 meter high 12‑sided look‑out tower made of glued‑laminated timber which offers the visitors a breathtaking view over the Bergische Land.
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To determine the distance between two nodes or the angle between two objects without using the dimensioning function, you can also simply use the ‘Measure’ option on the ‘Tools’ menu. Here, you can also choose between various measure functions.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- How can I perform a stability analysis for a tapered member?
- I have created new elements in my model. However, these are not designed. What can I do?
- Which modules are responsive via the COM interface RS‑COM or RF‑COM?
- Why the results of members and set of members differ in the design?
- The add-on module shows that there is a different cross-section than in the main program. How should I proceed?
- How can I get the member end forces to design the connections?
- Is it possible to calculate and design "temporary structures"? What do I need for this?
- I cannot manage to correctly import the cross-section from a dxf file into the SHAPE‑THIN program, the imported cross-section is in a wrong plane. What can I do?
- How can I create a drilled beam in RFEM?
- I have installed Rhino 7. When trying to export the model to RFEM, the data are not transferred. What do I wrong?