We are the official reseller for Dlubal Software company in the Middle East region
Since 1987, Dlubal Software has continuously developed and optimized user-friendly and powerful programs for structural analysis and design. With more than 280 employees at 9 locations providing continuous software support, Dlubal Software has gained more than 86,000 satisfied users worldwide.
We are the official reseller for Dlubal Software company in the Middle East region.
Our team carries an intensive set of experience in the region able to deliver and promote the amazing solutions that Dlubal company has into the Middle East region.
Façade / Aluminum / Glazing / Cladding /Skylights
A complete solution for analyzing and designing aluminum structures and glass.
you can design any façade curtain wall section shape (ADM, Eurocode 9), design tempered or insulated glass and also analyze your connections.
Tensile Membrane Structures / Canopy / Awning
The structural analysis software RFEM allows for form‑finding, structural analysis, and determination of cutting patterns of tensile membrane and cable structures.
Cold Formed Structures
Design cold formed sections of any shape, available for cold-formed L, Z, C, channel, top-hat, and CL sections from the cross-section database, as well as for cold-formed (non-perforated) SHAPE-THIN 9 cross-sections
The structural analysis programs RFEM and RSTAB together with the corresponding steel add-on modules are the optimal solution for the structural analysis and design of steel structures such as steel buildings, steel halls, scaffoldings, bridges, silos, cranes, crane runways, masts, winter gardens, etc.
Reinforced Concrete Structures
Many engineers use the structural analysis programs by Dlubal Software to perform the calculations and designs of 2D and 3D reinforced concrete structures, such as buildings, slabs, plates, walls, columns, beams, continuous beams, frames, shells, and silos.
Cranes and Craneways
Due to the possibility of 3D modeling, RFEM and RSTAB are ideal for the design of cranes. The detailed analysis is supported with features such as consideration of member and release nonlinearities, cable pulleys, and more.
Towers and Mast
The structural engineering FEA software RFEM and RSTAB allow for continuous planning of lattice towers (e.g. 5G cell towers, transmission towers, look-out towers). The corresponding add-on modules provide a wide range of options, from automatic generation of structures and loading to the determination of effective lengths and design according to Eurocode.
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Our Main Products
The structural analysis program RFEM is the basis of a modular software system. The main program RFEM is used to define structures, materials, and loads for planar and spatial structural systems consisting of plates, walls, shells, and members. The program also allows you to create combined structures as well as model solid and contact elements.
The structural frame analysis and design program RSTAB contains a similar range of functions as the FEA software RFEM, with special attention to frameworks. Therefore, it is very easy to use and for many years it has been the best choice for structural analysis of beam structures consisting of steel, concrete, timber, aluminum, and other materials.
RWIND Simulation is a stand-alone program for numerical simulations of wind flow (digital wind tunnel) around buildings or any other objects and generating wind loads, i.e. forces acting on these objects. This program was developed in cooperation with PC-Progress and CFD Support and can be used as a stand-alone application or as a complement to RFEM / RSTAB programs for static and dynamic analysis.
Beside these we have many Add-on Modules, check them below
"RFEM is the best I have used. I have experience with RISA, STAAD, ETABS, Visual Analysis, and others. In the tensile/fabric structure world, I've tried NDN, Forten, etc. Once you get used to RFEM's interface, it has no comparison to the others. Even with typical structures, it's much easier."
“I’ve used many FEA programs over the years and I would rank RFEM at the top. Very powerful with many options for modeling and displaying information while still being intuitive and easy to use from a common sense standpoint. In my opinion, RFEM is in a class of its own.”
"CRANEWAY is very well done and allows you to speed up also rather complicated craneway designs according to Eurocodes, especially in the part related to fatigue. In some cases, its use was indispensable in overcoming difficult situations with foreign customers.