# Webinars

💻 Recorded Webinar: Integration of RFEM 6 with Web Applications

🗣 Ancient wisdom says: Communication is the key to success. It is true! And it also applies to our software programs. 👌 In this free webinar, we use examples to show you how you can communicate with RFEM 6 via the programmable interface WebService & API. #Dlubal #DlubalSoftware #RFEM #StructuralEngineer #CivilEngineering #StructuralEngineering #StructuralDesign #StructuralAnalysis #StructuralAnalysisSoftware #BIM #Excel #WebService #Python

The Most Important Formulas for a Civil Engineer | Part 1

We selected the most commonly used civil engineering equations and formulas used in both education and in practice. This first part will cover formulas utilized by structural and civil engineers daily when performing a structural analysis and design. Beginning with calculating a bending moment, we explain the concept and theory. We continue with deflections and cross-section properties which are important when designing structural components.

Engineering Mechanics | Distribution | Statical Moment of Area Sy | Manual Calculation

This video discusses the distribution of the statical moment. First, we draw the z-t distribution, then integrate the individual surfaces, which leads to determination of the statical moment Sy. The s-coordinates help here. The sensible orientation of these coordinates has a great effect on this distribution.

Engineering Mechanics | Computer Based Diagram | Statical Moment of Area Qy | SHAPE-THIN

This video shows how the diagram of the statical moment of area Qy is calculated using SHAPE-THIN. In SHAPE-THIN, cross-sections can be comfortably and quickly created. In this way, the statical moment of area Qy as well as the corresponding z-t diagram can be determined. The wrong orientations of the cross-section parts lead to wrong signs.

Engineering Mechanics | Statical Moment Sy | Centroid | Computer-Aided | RFEM | SHAPE-THIN

This video verifies the centroid example in RFEM. This allows determination of the centroid in 3D. Afterwards, the statical moment in the Y-direction or Sy is calculated for a symmetrical cross-section. This calculation is often a question used in exams.

Engineering Mechanics | Center of Gravity | Statical Moment | Component Cross-Section

This video explains the center of gravity in general. When is the center of gravity of a structure equal to the geometric center of gravity, and what are centroidal axes? This tutorial deals with these questions. Afterwards, the calculation is carried out using an example known in civil engineering. This is the component cross-section of a slab and concrete beam. Both have the same density; therefore, it is possible to determine the center of gravity.