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[b]RAM Structural System CONNECT Edition Update 4 patch 3 | 2.6 Gb[/b]
[b]Product:[/b]RAM Structural System
[b]Version:[/b]CONNECT Edition Update 4 patch 3 (
[b]Supported Architectures:[/b]x64
[b]Website Home Page :[/b]www.bentley.com
[b]Languages Supported:[/b]english
[b]System Requirements:[/b]Windows *
[b]Size:[/b]2.6 Gb
The Structural Products development team is pleased to announce the availability of RAM Structural System CONNECT Edition Update 4 patch 3 ( This software provides you a complete solution for analysis, design, drafting, and documentation for steel and concrete buildings, foundations, and even individual structural components; all in compliance with your local building codes.

[b][i]RAM Structural System CE Update 4 patch 3 ( Release Notes - Date: January 2023[/i][/b]
This version corrects some significant errors, described below. We know errors are disruptive, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

[b]iTWIN / ISM[/b]
CONCRETE BEAM REINFORCEMENT EXPORT: Concrete beam reinforcement would not be exported when creating a new iTwin/ISM Repository.
Effect: Repository would be created but would be missing all concrete beam reinforcement information.
[b]Frame - Analysis[/b]
LOADS ON TWO-WAY SLABS FROM TRANSFER WALLS*: The program ignored the loads on transfer gravity walls supported by two-way decks.
Effect: Point loads and line loads on transfer gravity walls were not applied to two-way decks on which the gravity walls were supported.
CRASH DURING ANALYSIS: The program may have crashed if Eigenvalue and a Response
Spectra load case are analyzed together when no other load cases are selected, for models with frame walls.
Effect: Program crash.
PANEL ZONE ELEMENTS: The program failed to insert user-assigned panel zone elements if a panel zone element was assigned to both strong and weak axis direction of a column. If only strong or only weak axis direction assignment was done, the program would successfully addthe panel zone element.
Effect: Panel Zone elements could not be assigned to both axes of a column. The program produced a warning message indicating that it failed to insert the panel zone elements.
[b]Concrete - Column[/b]
EUROCODE CONCRETE COLUMN SLENDERNESS DETERMINATION*: The determination of the C coefficient used in the determination of lamda-lim may have been incorrect. EN 1992-1-1 Section states that the value of C is 0.7 for members braced against sidesway when the moment from the analysis is less than the eccentric moment. This would be the case, for example, when the moment from the analysis is 0.0. It also states that the value of C is 0.7 for members not braced against sidesway. The program did not apply these requirements.
Effect: Potentially incorrect determination of whether or not a column was Slender
The[b]RAM Structural System[/b]is powerful and versatile special purpose software for the analysis and design of building structures. It is useful in the design and analysis of commercial, institutional and industrial buildings. The RAM Structural System includes the following modules: RAM Manager, RAM Modeler, RAM Steel Beam and Column, RAM Frame, RAM Concrete, and RAM Foundation.
[i]RAM Structural System Steel Tutorial[/i]
[i]Basic tutorial on inputs for a gravity model for a steel framed building using Bentley's RAM Structural System.[/i]
[b]Bentley Systems, Incorporated[/b]is the global leader dedicated to providing architects, engineers, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive architecture and engineering software solutions for sustaining infrastructure. Founded in 1984, Bentley has nearly 3,000 colleagues in more than 45 countries, $500 million in annual revenues, and, since 2001, has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

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