Optimization of Load Data
To ensure the well‑arranged structure of data in tables, the load data are organized automatically in RFEM and RSTAB.
For this, two options are available. The first option allows you to merge all "identical" loads into one table row; the second option allows you to remove all empty table rows and arrange the loads in rows with consecutive numbering.
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ulrich Lex
Product Engineering & Customer Support
- Useful Tools for Fast Generation of Structures in RFEM
- Useful Tools for Fast Generation of Structures in RSTAB
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A park of lightweight structures for the redevelopment of the Porta Romana railway yard, Ansicht in Richtung der X-Achse
A park of lightweight structures for the redevelopment of the Porta Romana railway yard, Ansicht in Richtung der X-Achse, Verformung
RFEM and RSTAB models can be saved as 3D glTF models (*.glb and *.glTF formats). View the models in 3D in detail with a 3D viewer from Google or Baylon. Take your VR glasses, such as Oculus, to "walk" through the structure.
- Is the German National Annex 2021‑07 to Eurocode 8 available in RFEM 5 / RSTAB 8?
How can I permanently save the parameters in the "Units and Decimal Places" dialog box?
- I have deactivated objects by load case. Why are they still considered in the calculation in the corresponding load case?
- Can I export a response spectrum from RFEM 6 and use it in RFEM 5, for example?
- I would like to enter a large spring constant. Is it possible?
- How can I update the graphics driver, and where do I find the current driver versions?
- How can I display the internal forces of a coupling member or rigid member?
- How do I get the current authorization file for RFEM 5, RSTAB 8 and other stand-alone programs?
- Can I also use RWIND 2 with RFEM 5/RSTAB 8?
- I cannot create a new file. The menu item is grayed out. What can I do?
Structural engineering software for finite element analysis (FEA) of planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, members (beams), solids, and contact elements
Structural engineering software for designing frame, beam, and truss structures, as well as performing linear and nonlinear calculations of internal forces, deformations, and support reactions