AISC 360-16 Steel Member Design in RFEM
- Modeling, loading, and analysis of steel members in RFEM
- AISC 360-16 ultimate and serviceability limit state design in RF-STEEL AISC
- Significant changes in the 2016 standard applied in RF-STEEL AISC
- Review of result output and printout report generation
- Up to 0:02:45: Introduction
- Up to 0:23:25: Modeling and loading of steel structure in RFEM
- Up to 0:28:50: Stiffness reduction per AISC 360‑16 Ch. C
- Up to 0:31:00: Analysis results in RFEM
- Up to 0:42:08: Design of column members in RF‑STEEL AISC
- Up to 0:57:35: Design of bottom chord “sets of members” vs. “members” in RF‑STEEL AISC
- Up to 1:03:00: Additional updates in the AISC 360‑16 standard
- Up to 1:04:55: Closing remarks
Amy Heilig, M.S., P.E.
CEO of Dlubal Software, Inc. & Customer Support
Amy Heilig is the CEO of the US office located in Philadelphia, PA. In addition, she provides sales and technical support and continues to aid in the development of Dlubal Software programs for the American and Canadian market. She will be the presenter for this webinar.
During the presentation, you can ask individual questions.
AISC, AISC 360, AISC 360‑16, steel, steel design, direct analysis method, FEA, finite element analysis, FEM