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Why can not I design a double bend with the RF- / JOINTS add-on module?

Answer

In the current standards, fasteners or connections are always designed in one plane only. The reason for this is that the designs for shear etc. can only be analyzed in the 2D plane. The hole design, for example, is not possible for a failure from the plane.

Since internal forces in v y and v z can always occur in a three-dimensional calculation, it has been proven in practice to allow a small proportion of internal forces in secondary direction and not fully utilize the connection. However, if the ratio of shear force in secondary direction is too high, a detailed analysis with an FE simulation might be necessary.

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