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  1. Stability Design Including Warping Torsion in RF-/STEEL AISC

    Warping Torsion Analysis in RF-/STEEL AISC

    By using the integrated module extension RF-/STEEL AISC Warping Torsion, the design according to the Steel Design Guide 9 can be performed in RF-/STEEL AISC.
    The calculation is effected with 7 degrees of freedom according to the warping torsion theory and allows the realistic stability design including the consideration of torsion.

  2. Definition of Lateral Restraints in RF-/STEEL AISC

    Consideration of Lateral Restraints in RF-/STEEL AISC

    In RF-/STEEL AISC, it is possible to consider lateral restraints at any location. It is, for example, possible to stabilize only the upper flange.

    Moreover, user-defined lateral restraints can be assigned, for example single rotational and translational springs at any location at the cross-section.

  3. Input window 1.4 Control Parameters

    RX-TIMBER Glued-Laminated Beam | Design

    In RX-TIMBER Glued-Laminated Beam, the following calculation settings are available:

    • Designs to be performed:
      • Selection of designs to be performed
      • Determination of displaying support forces and deformations
      • Adjusting the recommended limit values for the deformation analyses
      • Definition of parameters for the fire resistance design performed according to the simplified method (optionally for F 30‑B, F 60‑B, F 90‑B, and user‑defined)
      • Determination of tilting moment for pinned support
    • Definition of support conditions for a beam
    • Beam optimization by means of:
      • Beam depth modification
      • Modification of beam scene
      • Cross-section width
      • Spacing of lateral supports

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