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Wind Simulation & Wind Load Generation
With the stand -alone program RWIND Simulation, you can simulate wind flows around simple or complex structures by means of a digital wind tunnel.
The generated wind loads acting on these objects can be imported to RFEM or RSTAB.
Blast loads from high energy explosives, either accidental or intentional, are rare but may be a structural design requirement. These dynamic loads differ from standard static loads due to their large magnitude and very short duration. A blast scenario can be carried out directly in a FEA program as a time history analysis to minimize loss of life and evaluate varying levels of structural damage.
Rolled sections, the most common cross‑section type in RFEM and RSTAB, can also have user‑defined parameters. To do this, select the cross‑section to be modified in the cross‑section library and click the [Parametric Input...] button.
This article compares the design with the one in the following article: Design of Concrete Columns Subjected to Axial Compression with RF-CONCRETE Members. It is therefore about taking exactly the same theoretical application carried out in RF-CONCRETE Members and reproducing it in RF-CONCRETE Columns. Thus, the objective is to compare the different input parameters and the results obtained by the two add-on modules for the design of column-like concrete members.
This article deals with rectilinear elements whose cross-section is subjected to axial compressive force. The purpose of this article is to show how quite a lot of parameters defined in the Eurocodes for concrete column calculation are considered in the RFEM structural analysis software.
You can use the selection options in the printout report to receive the detail results (in short or long form) to illustrate the individual buckling modes with the relevant buckling analysis.
In this article, the adequacy of a 2x4 dimension lumber subject to combined bi-axial bending and axial compression is verified using RF-/TIMBER AWC add-on module. The beam-column properties and loading are based on example E1.8 of AWC Structural Wood Design Examples 2015/2018.
The add-on modules for designing structural member components according to national, European, and international standards also show design results in addition to numerical output in tables graphically, as diagrams displayed on the framework.
Temporary structures, such as scaffolding or props, are versatile structures that can be adapted very well to different geometric conditions.
When modeling and designing glass panes in RF‑GLASS, you have two different options for the FE mesh settings.
For line supports, there is an option to graphically display the additional information for all directions.
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