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Dlubal RSTAB v8.19.01.148135 x64 [Size: 1.56 GB for x64] ... RSTAB is a powerful analysis and design software for 3D beam, frame, or truss structure calculations, reflecting the current state of the art and helping structural engineers to meet requirements in modern civil engineering. RSTAB is the basis of a modular software system and provides intuitive modeling of simple and complex structures due to it's ingenious input technique. The efficient RSTAB solver allows for linear and nonlinear calculations of internal forces, deformations, and support reactions. For further designs, there are the add-on modules available, considering structural data of specific materials and standards. Due to the modular software system, you can combine various products of Dlubal Software in a program package that meets your individual needs. The 3D structural frame analysis program RSTAB is the ideal tool for the design of beam, frame, or truss structures consisting of steel, reinforced concrete, timber, aluminum, or other materials. With RSTAB you can easily and quickly define a structural model and then calculate the internal forces, deformations, and support reactions. For further design, there are various add‑on modules available, considering structural data of specific materials and standards.

Dlubal RFEM v5.19.01.148135 [Size: 2.01 GB] ... The finite element analysis program RFEM is a powerful software for quick and easy modeling, structural analysis and design of 2D and 3D models consisting of member, plate, wall, folded plate, shell, solid, and contact elements. Due to the modular software concept, you can connect the main program RFEM with the corresponding add‑on modules in order to meet your individual requirements. RFEM is a powerful 3D FEA program helping structural engineers meet requirements in modern civil engineering. Efficient data input and intuitive handling facilitate modeling of simple and large structures. The structural analysis program RFEM is the basis of a modular software system. The main program RFEM is used to define structures, materials, and loads for planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells and members. The program also allows you to create combined structures as well as model solid and contact elements. RFEM provides deformations, internal forces, stresses, support forces, and soil contact stresses. The corresponding add-on modules facilitate data input by automatic generation of structures and connections or can be used to perform further analyses and designs according to various standards. PS: The main module is fully licensed. Some additional modules (e.g. RF-DYNAM Pro) in the connection with some regional standards are working only in demo mode with some restrictions. These new features are not included in the license.

Dlubal SHAPE-MASSIVE v6.62.01 [Size: 47.1 MB] ... SHAPE-MASSIVE provides the option of interface with RFEM and RSTAB. SHAPE‑MASSIVE cross‑sections are available in the library of the FEA or frame analysis software, and vice versa, it is possible to import and design the internal forces from RFEM and RSTAB in SHAPE‑MASSIVE. The structural data can be entered graphically, in tables, or by means of a DXF file. The stand‑alone program SHAPE‑MASSIVE determines section properties of any thick-walled cross‑section and calculates the stresses. In addition, you can perform reinforced concrete design according to Eurocode 2 and other standards.

Dlubal COMPOSITE-BEAM v8.09.01.130638 [Size: 569 MB] ... The COMPOSITE-BEAM program performs design of composite beams according to ENV 1994‑1‑1:1992‑10. Features: Single-span and continuous beams with definable boundary conditions * Automatic determination of effective cross-sections * Free arrangement of construction supports for construction stage * Free definition of concentrated, linear and linearly variable loads as fixed and variable loads with specification of concrete age on loading * Freely definable construction loads as well as moving construction loads * Automatic load combination * Calculation of cross-section properties according to Method 1 or 2 * Calculation of elastic internal forces with RSTAB * Redistribution of moments * Design of bending and shear force resistance with interaction * Determination of required shear connectors and their distribution * Design of longitudinal shear force resistance * Results of governing support reactions for construction and composite stage including loads of construction supports * Lateral-torsional buckling analysis * Analysis for limitation of crack widths * Design of natural frequency. InPut: When entering the structural model, you can define single-span and continuous beams with or without cantilevers. Furthermore, it is possible to specify different span lengths with definable boundary conditions (supports, releases) as well as any construction support and moment release in the construction stage. For a complete cross-section, you can create typical composite beam sections on the basis of steel girders (I-sections) with solid concrete flanges, precast plates, trapezoidal sheets or tapered solid ceilings. It is also possible to grade cross-sections by means of beam lengths, optionally with concrete encasement. Illustrative figures facilitate the entry of additional transverse reinforcements for trapezoidal sheeting, profile stiffeners and angled or circular openings in the web. The self-weight is automatically applied when entering loads. In addition, it is possible to consider fixed and variable loads by specifying the concrete age at the beginning of loading for creeping, and to define single, uniform and trapezoidal loads freely. COMPOSITE-BEAM automatically creates a load combination based on the data of individual load cases.

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