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How to Use Dlubal RFEM 5 for Structural Analysis and Design




Dlubal RFEM 5 is a powerful software for structural analysis and design of 3D structures using finite element methods. It can handle various types of structures, such as plates, shells, walls, solids, and members, and perform static and dynamic analysis as well as design per various national and international standards[^1^].




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In this article, we will show you how to use Dlubal RFEM 5 for a simple example of a steel frame structure. We will cover the following steps:


  • Creating a new project and defining the model geometry



  • Assigning materials, cross-sections, supports, and loads



  • Generating load and result combinations



  • Performing the analysis and checking the results



  • Designing the members according to Eurocode 3



  • Creating a printout report



Creating a new project and defining the model geometry




To start a new project in Dlubal RFEM 5, go to File > New > Project. Enter a project name and description, select the units system and the standard for load combinations, and click OK. You will see an empty workspace with a global coordinate system.


To define the model geometry, you can use various tools in the toolbar or the menu. For example, you can use the Insert Node tool to create nodes by entering their coordinates or snapping to existing points. You can also use the Insert Member tool to create members by selecting two nodes or entering their numbers. You can also use the Copy Rotate tool to create copies of members around an axis.


For our example, we will create a simple steel frame structure with four columns and four beams. The dimensions are as follows:


  • The columns are 4 m high and have a cross-section of IPE 300.



  • The beams are 6 m long and have a cross-section of IPE 200.



  • The distance between the columns is 6 m.



  • The structure is symmetric about both axes.



The model geometry should look like this:


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![Model geometry](#generate_content)


a simple steel frame structure with four columns and four beams


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Assigning materials, cross-sections, supports, and loads




After defining the model geometry, we need to assign materials, cross-sections, supports, and loads to the structure. To do this, we can use the Data navigator on the left side of the screen or the tables on the bottom.


To assign materials, go to Model Data > Materials in the Data navigator or Table 1.1 Materials in the tables. You can select from a library of predefined materials or create your own. For our example, we will use S235 steel for all members.


To assign cross-sections, go to Model Data > Cross-Sections in the Data navigator or Table 1.2 Cross-Sections in the tables. You can select from a library of predefined cross-sections or create your own. For our example, we will use IPE 300 for columns and IPE 200 for beams.


To assign supports, go to Model Data > Nodal Supports in the Data navigator or Table 1.15 Nodal Supports in the tables. You can select from a library of predefined supports or create your own. For our example, we will use fixed supports at all column bases.


To assign loads, go to Load Cases & Combinations > Load Cases in the Data navigator or Table 2.1 Load Cases in the tables. You can create different load cases for different types of loads, such as self-weight, dead load, live load, wind load, etc. For each load case, you can define nodal loads, member loads, surface loads, etc. For our example, we will create two load cases:


  • Load case 1: Self-weight of all members (automatically generated by selecting Self-weight in Load Case Parameters)



Load case 2: Uniformly distributed load of 10 kN/m on all beams (defined by selecting Member Load > Uniform Load in Load Case c481cea774


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