Walls

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November 13, 2019 | Tips & Tricks

Wood Wall Panels in RISA-3D

This video tutorial describes step-by-step how to model, analyze and design a wood wall in RISA-3D. Read More

November 13, 2019 | Tips & Tricks

Masonry Wall Panels in RISA-3D

This video tutorial describes step-by-step how to model, analyze and design a masonry wall in RISA-3D. Read More

January 3, 2019 | Tips & Tricks

What wood wall design method should I use?

RISA-3D has multiple options for analyzing wood walls: Segmented, Perforated, or Force Transfer around Openings (FTAO). Read More

January 18, 2017 | Tips & Tricks

Masonry Retaining Walls now Available

RISAFoundation v9 now includes the ability to design masonry retaining walls and wall footings. Read More

March 26, 2016 | Tips & Tricks

Improved Wall Panel Results

RISA-3D now includes a new Wall Panel Forces spreadsheet as well as Summary Detailed Reports for Masonry Walls. Read More

April 22, 2015 | Tips & Tricks

Which Wall Footing Type Should I Use?

New in RISAFoundation V7 is the ability to define different types of wall footings. A retaining wall will perform all stability checks (sliding, overturning and soil bearing) due to hydrostatic press Read More

April 22, 2015 | Tips & Tricks

Which Wall Footing Type Should I Use?

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September 13, 2012 | Tips & Tricks

How Can I Use a Wall for Shear Only (no Bearing) in RISA-3D?

Let’s consider the example of the frame shown below. Suppose there is a diaphragm present at the framing level, and that the wall shown is intended only to handle the lateral loads. Read More

August 9, 2012 | Tips & Tricks

How to Model a Column within a Wall in RISA-3D

While RISA-3D does not currently have pilaster design, there are still plenty of situations where you would want to have a column embedded within a wall. Read More

February 6, 2012 | Tips & Tricks

How do Plates and Walls interact with each other?

In plate meshing we will obviously have to submesh this slab in order to get accurate results. However if we do an ordinary submesh the plates will not actually connect to the wall. Read More