In addition to our technical support (e.g. via chat), you’ll find resources on our website that may help you with your design using Dlubal Software.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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AnswerYes, the data is freely available. Use the following download option to load the presentations and finished models of the consultants.
It is usually possible to arrange the individual presentation one or maximally two weeks in advance. Please send us three suggested date proposals. Our colleagues will contact you then.
The presentation itself runs via the program TeamViewer or GoToMeeting. You will receive a link to download the corresponding program in advance.
The presentation should take about one hour.
AnswerBy default, the graphic is only printed in the report at more than 40% of the page height. In some cases, it may be useful to display the graphic printout over the entire height of the page and to rotate the graphic by 90 ° (see Figure 02). Normally, it should be sufficient to display the dimensions with two decimal places in order to save space. This setting can be defined in the menu "Units and Decimal Places" (see Figure 03). Finally, the auxiliary lines can be shortened and the font size can be reduced (see Figure 04). A font size of 5 should be sufficient for an A4 printout. To select a small font size, you should use the "Small Fonts" font. The finished result is shown in Figure 05.
AnswerYes, the data is freely available. With the following download option, you can get the presentations and finished models of the speakers.
AnswerThe plastic stresses are output exclusively in the representation type isosurfaces . The display type can be selected via the icon in the toolbar (see Figure 1) or in the Project Navigator - Show under Results -> Display type can be set.
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Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation
With the stand-alone program RWIND Simulation, wind flows around simple or complex structures can be simulated by means of a digital wind tunnel.
The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM or RSTAB.
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