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  1. RX-TIMBER Continuous Beam | Features

    • Design of the following geometrical models:
      • Single-span beams with and without cantilevers
      • Continuous beams with and without cantilevers
      • Hinged girder system (Gerber beams) with and without cantilevers
    • For design according to EC 5 (EN 1995), the following National Annexes are currently available:
      • United Kingdom BS EN 1995-1-1/NA:2009-10 (United Kingdom)
      •  ÖNORM B 1995-1-1:2015-06 (Austria)
      • Belgium NBN EN 1995-1-1/ANB:2012-07 (Belgium) 
      •  CSN EN 1995-1-1:2009-07 (Czech Republic)
      •  DK EN 1995-1-1/NA:2011-12 (Denmark)
      •  SFS EN 1995-1-1/NA:2007-11 (Finland)
      •  NF EN 1995-1-1/NA:2010-05 (France)
      •  DIN EN 1995-1-1/NA:2013-08 (Germany)
      •  UNI EN 1995-1-1/NA:2010-09 (Italy)
      •  NEN EN 1995-1-1/NB:2007-11 (Netherlands)
      •  PN EN 1995-1-1/NA:2010-09 (Poland)
      •  STN EN 1995-1-1/NA:2008-12 (Slovakia)
      •  SIST EN 1995-1-1/A101:2006-03 (Slovenia)
      •  SS EN 1995-1-1 (Sweden)
    • Automatic generation of wind and snow loads
    • Multiple optional reductions according to the selected standard
    • Simple geometry input with illustrative graphics
    • Free entry of tapered geometries; free selection of the grain angle allows for a user-defined design of the compressive and tensile areas for bending
    • Comprehensive and extandable material library
    • Determination of design criteria, support forces and deformations
    • Color reference scales in result tables
    • Direct data export to MS Excel
    • DXF interface for preparation production documents in CAD
    • Program languages: English, German, Czech, Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Russian
    • Verifiable printout report with all required designs available in many languages, for example English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Czech, Polish, Portuguese, Dutch
    • Direct import of stp files from various CAD programs
  2. RF-/STEEL EC3 | Features

    • Import of materials, cross-sections, and internal forces from RFEM/RSTAB
    • Steel design of thin‑walled cross‑sections according to EN 1993‑1‑1:2005 and EN 1993‑1‑5:2006
    • Automatic classification of cross-sections according to EN 1993-1-1:2005 + AC:2009, Cl. 5.5.2, and EN 1993-1-5:2006, Cl. 4.4 (cross-section class 4), with optional determination of effective widths according to Annex E for stresses under fy
    • Integration of parameters for the following National Annexes:
      • United Kingdom BS EN 1993-1-1/NA:2008-12 (United Kingdom)
      •  ÖNORM 1993-1-1:2007-02 (Austria)
      • Belgium NBN EN 1993-1-1/ANB:2010-12 (Belgium)
      • Bulgaria BLG EN 1993-1-1/NA:2008 (Bulgaria)
      • Cyprus CYS EN 1993-1-1/NA:2009-03 (Cyprus)
      •  CSN EN 1993-1-1/NA.ed:2007-05 (Czech Republic)
      •  DS/EN 1993-1-1 DK NA:2015 (Denmark)
      •  SFS EN 1993-1-1:2005 (Finland)
      •  NF EN 1993-1-1/NA:2007-05 (France)
      •  DIN EN 1993-1-1/NA:2015‑08 (Germany)
      • Greece ELOT EN 1993-1-1 (Greece)
      •  UNI EN 1993-1-1/NA:2008 (Italy)
      •  LST EN 1993-1-1/NA:2009-04 (Lithuania)
      •  LU EN 1993‑1‑1:2005/AN‑LU:2011 (Luxembourg)
      •  MS EN 1993-1-1:2010 (Malaysia)
      •  NEN EN 1993-1-1/NA:2011-12 (Netherlands)
      •  NS EN 1993-1-1/NA:2008-02 (Norway)
      •  PN EN 1993-1-1:2006-06 (Poland)
      •  NP EN 1993-1-1/NA:2010-03 (Portugal)
      •  SR EN 1993-1-1:2006/NA:2008-04 (Romania)
      •  SS EN 1993-1-1/NA:2010 (Singapore)
      •  STN EN 1993-1-1/NA:2007-12 (Slovakia)
      •  SIST-EN 1993-1-1/NA:2006-03 (Slovenia)
      •  UNE EN 1993-1-1:2013-02 (Spain)
      •  SS EN 1993-1-1/NA:2011-04 (Sweden)

    In addition to the National Annexes (NA) listed above, you can also define a specific NA, applying user-defined limit values and parameters.

    • Automatic calculation of all required factors for the design value of the flexural buckling resistance Nb,Rd
    • Automatic determination of the ideal elastic critical moment Mcr for each member or set of members on every x-location according to the Eigenvalue Method or by comparing moment diagrams. You only have to define the lateral intermediate supports.
    • Design of tapered members, unsymmetric sections or sets of members according to the General Method as described in EN 1993-1-1, Cl. 6.3.4
    • In the case of the General Method according to Cl. 6.3.4, optional application of 'European lateral-torsional buckling curve' according to Naumes, Strohmann, Ungermann, Sedlacek (Stahlbau 77 (2008), p. 748‑761)
    • Rotational restraints can be taken into account (trapezoidal sheeting and purlins)
    • Optional consideration of shear panels (trapezoidal sheeting and bracing)
    • Module extension RF-/STEEL Warping Torsion (the licence is required) for stability analysis according to the second‑order theory as stress analysis, including consideration of 7th degree of freedom (warping)
    • Module extension RF-/STEEL Plasticity (the licence is required) for plastic analysis of cross‑sections according to Partial Internal Forces Method (PIFM) and Simplex Method for general cross‑sections (in connection with the RF‑/STEEL Warping Torsion module extension, it is possible to perform the plastic design according to the second‑order analysis)
    • ULS design: Selection of fundamental or accidental design situations for each load case, load combination, or result combination
    • SLS design: Selection of characteristic, frequent, or quasi-permanent design situations for each load case, load combination, or result combination
    • Tension analysis with definable net cross-section areas for member start and end
    • Weld designs of welded cross-sections
    • Optional calculation of warp spring for nodal support on sets of members
    • Graphic of design ratios on cross-section and in RFEM/RSTAB model
    • Determination of governing internal forces
    • Filter options for graphical results in RFEM/RSTAB
    • Representation of design ratios and cross‑section classes in the rendered view
    • Color scales in result windows
    • View mode for view adjustment in the work window
    • Automatic cross-section optimization
    • Transfer of optimized cross-sections to RFEM/RSTAB
    • Parts list and quantity surveying
    • Direct data export to MS Excel
    • Verifiable printout report
    • Possibility to include the temperature curve in the report
  3. New Project Navigator - Views

    Project Navigator - Views

    Project Navigator - Views allows you to easily generate various views in a few simple steps. Moreover, you can save and open them again at any time.

  4. Display of object colors sorted by cross-sections

    Display Properties

    It is possible to assign different colours to various objects of a structure in order to make the rendering display of the structure more clearly arranged.

    The following categories are available: Materials, Cross‑Sections, Member Types, Member Hinges, Surface Types - Geometry, Surface Types - Stiffness, Surface Thickness, Solid Types, Surface Sides, and User‑Defined Visibilities.

  5. Dialog box with combinations and Table 2.5 Load Combinations

    Automatic Generation of Combinations

    The “Edit Load Cases and Combinations” dialog box provides the option of the automatic generation of load and result combinations after selecting the corresponding combination expressions. In this clearly arranged dialog box, it is also possible to copy, add, or renumber load cases, for example.

    Furthermore, you can manage the load cases and combinations in Tables 2.1 – 2.6.

  6. Printing grahics as mass print

    Mass Print

    There is a mass print function for the model data, loads, and results. It is possible to create graphics from different defined directions. For example, you can print all internal forces in an isometric view with a single mouse click.

  7. Context menu in Navigator for entering a new surface

    Intuitive Graphical User-Interface

    A structure is created in the graphical user interface typical for CAD programs or by using tables. Right-clicking on graphical or navigator objects activates the shortcut menu, which facilitates creating or editing such objects. The user interface is operated intuitively so the structure and loading objects can be created in a minimal amount of time.

  8. Office 2007 Black Style
    000008 RFEM RSTAB General

    Multilingual Program Operation

    It is possible to operate the program in the following languages: English, German, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

    The user‑interface design of RFEM/RSTAB can be customised with any of the nine different styles of graphical user interface (for example Office 2007 Blue, Silver, Aqua, or Black).

  9. Configuration Manager

    User-Defined Configurations

    Menus and toolbars are freely configurable. Thus, a user-defined arrangement of frequently used functions is possible. Default settings of the program can be restored with a mouse click. Tables, navigators, and toolbars can also be arranged in any order and docked as well.

    In addition, the configuration manager provides the option of creating user-defined display properties and toolbars, which can be saved as a separate configuration.

  10. RF-/CONCRETE Columns | Features

    • Full integration in RFEM/RSTAB with import of geometry and load case data
    • Automatic selection of members for design according to specified criteria (for example only vertical members)
    • The module extension EC2 for RFEM/RSTAB allows for design of reinforced concrete according to the method based on nominal curvature in compliance with EN 1992-1-1:2004 (Eurocode 2) and the following National Annexes:
      • United Kingdom NA to BS EN 1992-1-1:2004/NA:2005 (United Kingdom)
      •  ÖNORM B 1992-1-1:2011-12 (Austria)
      • Belarus TKP EN 1992-1-1:2009 (Belarus)
      • Belgium NBN EN 1992-1-1 ANB:2010 for design at normal temperature, and EN 1992-1-2 ANB:2010 for fire resistance design (Belgium)
      • Bulgaria BDS EN 1992-1-1:2005/NA:2011 (Bulgaria)
      • Cyprus NA to CYS EN 1992-1-1:2004/NA:2009 (Cyprus)
      •  CSN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2016-05 (Czech Republic)
      •  SFS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2007-10 (Finland)
      •  NF EN 1992-1-1/NA:2007-03 (France)
      •  DIN EN 1992-1-1/NA/A1:2015-12 (Germany)
      •  UNI EN 1992-1-1/NA:2007-07 (Italy)
      •  LVS EN 1992-1-1:2005/NA:2014 (Latvia)
      •  LST EN 1992-1-1:2005/NA:2011 (Lithuania)
      •  MS EN 1992-1-1:2010 (Malaysia)
      •  NEN-EN 1992-1-1+C2:2011/NB:2016 (Netherlands)
      •  NS EN 1992-1-1:2004-NA:2008 (Norway)
      •  PN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2010 (Poland)
      •  NP EN 1992-1-1/NA:2010-02 (Portugal)
      •  SR EN 1992-1-1:2004/NA:2008 (Romania)
      •  SS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008-06 (Singapore)
      •  STN EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008-06 (Slovakia)
      •  SIST EN 1992-1-1:2005/A101:2006 (Slovenia)
      •  UNE EN 1992-1-1/NA:2013 (Spain)
      •  SS EN 1992-1-1/NA:2008 (Sweden)

    In addition to the National Annexes (NA) listed above, you can also define a specific NA, applying user-defined limit values and parameters.

    • Optional consideration of creeping
    • Diagram based determination of buckling lengths and slenderness from the restraint ratios of columns
    • Automatic determination of ordinary and unintentional eccentricity from additionally available eccentricity according to the second-order analysis
    • Design of monolithic structures and precast elements
    • Analysis with regard to the standard reinforced concrete design
    • Determination of internal forces according to the linear static analysis and the second-order analysis
    • Analysis of governing design locations along the column due to existing load
    • Output of required longitudinal and link reinforcement
    • Fire resistance design according to the simplified method (zone method) in compliance with EN 1992-1-2 allowing the fire resistance design of brackets
    • Fire resistance design with optional longitudinal reinforcement design according to DIN 4102-22:2004 or DIN 4102-4:2004, Table 31
    • Longitudinal and link einforcement concept with graphic display in 3D rendering
    • Summary of design ratios including all design details
    • Graphical representation of relevant design details in RFEM/RSTAB work window

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