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Analysis of Steel Joints Using FE Model in RFEM 6
First Steps with RFEM
This webinar shows how to analyze steel joints using the FE model according to Eurocode 3 (EC 3) in RFEM 6.
02:30 Definition of steel joint components using the library
19:35 Manual definition of steel joint components
39:25 Structural analysis and evaluation of results
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Evaluating and Documenting Steel Joints Analysis Results in RFEM 6
With the RFEM 6 add-on Steel Joints, you can analyze steel connections by using an FE model. This article demonstrates how to evaluate and document the steel joints analysis results.
- The load distribution on my members looks different when using the Load Transfer surface vs. the Load Wizards. What is the reason?
- I received an error message “Surface of incompatible type... (Surface in upper plane of building story must be of ‘Load transfer’ type)” when running the calculation. What is the reason?
- My beam has a continuous lateral support and therefore lateral torsional buckling (LTB) is not a concern. How do I define the effective length?