CSA A23.3:19 Concrete Building Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
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Date | Time
Free Webinar | CSA A23.3:19 Concrete Building Design in RFEM 6 (USA)
|01:45||Structure modeling review in RFEM 6|
|06:55||Loading and load combinations review|
|16:25||Member, surface, punching shear input data|
|36:05||Concrete Design Add-on input data|
|39:25||Static analysis results review|
|41:20||Concrete design results review|
|51:30||Building Model Add-on input data|
|59:30||Static analysis results review|
|1:02:18||Building element concrete design|
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Moment frame design according to AISC 341-16 is now possible in the Steel Design add-on of RFEM 6. The seismic design result is categorized into two sections: member requirements and connection requirements. This article covers the required strength of the connection. An example comparison of the results between RFEM and the AISC Seismic Design Manual  is presented.