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- Flexible modular concept that can be extended as required
- Scalable license system with single-user and network licenses
- Respected and proven software in many well-known projects
Why Dlubal Software?
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.
For load combinations, the difference results to the initial state can optionally be output. For example, in the case of geotechnical analysis, it is possible to output the settlement as a difference to the initial state "soil self-weight".
All RFEM/RSTAB tables, including the results, can be exported individually or all at once directly into an Excel table and as a CSV file. There are several options available:
- With table headers
- Selected objects only
- Filled rows only
- Only filled tables
- Export data as plain text
This way, you can control and clearly manage the exported data. The stored formulas can be exported directly in the table or as a separate table, as in the case of the used parameters.
In the case of torsion, you can decide how to perform the design:
- Allow further design if shear stress due to torsion does not exceed limit value
- Design according to Timber Construction Manual, 4.6
- Ignore torsion
Rectangular cross-sections can be connected directly to each other or to other cross-sections using welds. Furthermore, it is possible to connect rectangular cross-sections to other structural components using other components, such as end plates.
In the 'Design types' tab in the member properties, you can optionally display the real element geometry. This function allows you to clearly display
to define the design properties.
- curved beams,
- buckled poly-members and
- buckled member sets
Node, line and surface releases are used to define transfer conditions between objects. For example, members, surfaces and solids can be released from a line. The releases can also have nonlinear properties, such as 'Fixed if positive n', 'Fixed if negative n' and so on.
Under Edit Nodes, you can adjust a node type with the automatic specification of all necessary secondary properties. The option to transfer a node to a line or to a member, or to place it between two nodes and two points, is possible.
Surfaces can be extruded into a shell. The desired surface properties are placed between the boundary lines of the surface and the copied lines.
Surfaces can be extruded into members. The program places a desired member property on the lines generated by the extrusion.
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