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Webinar | Introduction to RFEM 6 and RSTAB 9 | Part 2: Combinatorics, Design, Documentation
First Steps with RFEM
It's time for innovation! Are you still working with RFEM 5 / RSTAB 8 or another structural analysis software and would you like to switch to the new generation of Dlubal programs? This two-part webinar is just right for you, because it makes it easier to get started with RFEM 6 / RSTAB 9.
04:10 Applying imperfections
11:25 Creating load combinations and design situations automatically
17:15 Designing structural timber and steel components
41:30 Documentation in printout report
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The three types of moment frames (Ordinary, Intermediate, Special) are available in the Steel Design add-on of RFEM 6. The seismic design result according to AISC 341-16 is categorized into two sections: member requirements and connection requirements.