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11
2018
 

Hello,

As the end of the year quickly approaches, you may already be looking ahead to upcoming 2019 design projects. With this comes the necessary planning as well as reevaluation of your current design practices.  Dlubal Software is here to open new doors into a more powerful structural analysis and design software.

Continue reading to learn more on not only concrete and steel design in our software, but also glass, fabric and form-finding, cables, aluminum, cross-laminated timber, wood, and many more design solutions.

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Best Regards,
Amy Heilig

 
 
 
 
Current News
New 2015 ADM Verification Problems Available!

The verification problems from the 2015 ADM were modeled in RFEM and RF-ALUMINUM ADM and further compared to the given Design Example result values. The comparisons have been summarized and are available under the Verification Examples page.

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Recorded Webinars

AISC 360‑16 Steel Member and Warping Torsion Design in RFEM

Duration:  1:00:29

Content:

  • Overview of updates to RF-STEEL AISC
  • Steel member design per AISC 360-16
  • New add-on module RF-STEEL Warping Torsion considering 7 DOF
  • Steel warping torsion design per AISC Design Guide 9

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Technical Articles

Warping Torsion Analysis According to AISC Design Guide 9

Explore the design of a beam undergoing torsion according to AISC Design Guide 9 utilizing the RF-STEEL AISC add-on module and the RF-STEEL Warping Torsion module extension with 7 DOF. The verification example corresponds to H.6 in the AISC Design Examples V15.0. 

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Determination of Story Drift According to ASCE 7‑16 Under Seismic Loads

The story drift of a building provides valuable information about its structural behavior under seismic loads and is a design consideration within the ASCE 7-16.  Learn more on how to determine this information within RFEM.

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Pedestrian Bridge Across the Bow River in Banff, Canada
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Bow River Pedestrian Bridge, Banff, Canada

This slender timber pedestrian bridge was constructed over the Bow River in Banff. Continue reading to learn more about the spectacular project and the structural and dynamic analysis performed in RFEM by the Dlubal customer StructureCraft Builders Inc. located in Abbotsford, Canada.

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Interested in testing your own design projects with RFEM?

Install the 90-day trial version today.  The trial is full capability without any limitations including RFEM and all add-on modules.  After the 90 days, the demo version will be activated.

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