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Consider Construction Stages in RFEM 6
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This webinar shows how to use the structural analysis software RFEM 6 with its Construction Stages Analysis (CSA) add-on to consider the construction process of structures.
02:15 Construction stages definition on the model
22:15 Construction stages definition on the load side
35:20 Design based on construction stages
38:40 Review of results
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Consideration of Construction Stages in RFEM 6
The calculation of complex structures by means of finite element analysis software is generally performed on the entire model. However, the construction of such structures is a process carried out in multiple stages where the final state of the building is achieved by combining the separate structural parts. To avoid errors in the calculation of overall models, the influence of the construction process must be considered. In RFEM 6, this is possible by using the Construction Stages Analysis (CSA) add-on.
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