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Useful Program Features
The Knowledge Base includes technical articles on a wide array of structural analysis and design topics.
These articles are intended to help you navigate through the Dlubal programs, learn efficient tips and tricks, and provide further insight into the program features.
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In theory, an ideal gas consists of freely moving mass particles without extension in a volume space. In this space, each particle moves at a speed in one direction. The collision of one particle with another particle or the volume limitations lead to a deflection and a change in the speed of the particles.
The stresses in a solid can be evaluated in RFEM 5 relative to the global as well as to the local axis system. The local x- or y‑axis of the solid can be oriented parallel to the axes of a boundary surface, a line, a surface, or in the direction of a user‑defined coordinate system.
The “Clipping Plane” function allows you to define any section through the model. With this function, you turn the part before the plane off so that you can see into the solid element or the intersection. Since it is possible to shift this plane any way you like, this function helps you follow the distribution of internal forces or stresses.
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