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Title : Beam Model vs FE Model
Company : Softek Services Ltd.
Date : 10-Jul-2008
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In this study, we will create two S-FRAME® models of a three storey office building that has only shear walls in its lateral load resisting system. The first model will consist only of beam type members and the second model will consist only of finite elements – quadrilateral shells. The building will be loaded and the results will be compared.
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