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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.
In RFEM, you can display contact properties between two surfaces by means of contact solids.
When creating a model or importing one, it can happen that lines with a length of zero are created.
For the quick generation of radial surface loads, the "Radial" load distribution dialog box is available in RFEM.
Arbitrary point load distributions often occur in the load definition of member structures.
In RFEM, the function is implemented to automatically generate a surface from lines perpendicular to the work plane.
RFEM and RSTAB save the input data, the FE mesh, the results, the printout reports and the 3D gITF model preview including all visual objects in one file.
The individually defined printout reports in an RFEM or RSTAB model can be displayed in different ways.
In the case of using the slow‑curing concrete (usually for thick components), you can reduce the calculated minimum reinforcement by a factor of 0.85 to apply the load due to restraint, according to EN 1992‑1‑1, Section 7.3.2. However, a precondition for reduction is that the characteristic value of the strength development r = fcm2 / fcm28 does not exceed 0.3. Other key requirements for the application of this reinforcement reduction are explicitly specified in final planning documents.
All Dlubal Software programs have access to the printout report environment.
The material allocation for hybrid SHAPE‑THIN cross‑sections can be easily selected in RFEM and RSTAB. The prerequisite for that is the allocation of different materials to the cross‑section elements in SHAPE‑THIN.
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