AISC 360-16 Steel Connection Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
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Date | Time
ContentFree Webinar | AISC 360-16 Steel Connection Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
This webinar will provide an introduction to steel connection design using FEA acc. to the AISC 360-16 in RFEM 6.
|02:10||FEA steel connection design concept|
Steel model review in RFEM 6
|13:50||Beam to beam connection input data in SteelJoints Add-on|
|27:30||Beam to column connection input data|
|47:05||Review of connection AISC design results|
|55:18||Review of connection buckling analysis results|
|58:15||Member design integration with Steel Design Add-on|
|59:05||Complex multi-material model design review|
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Plate girder is an economical choice for long spans construction. I-section steel plate girder typically has a deep web to maximize its shear capacity and flange separation, yet thin web to minimize the self-weight. Due to its large height-to-thickness (h/tw) ratio, transverse stiffeners may be required to stiffen the slender web.