STAAD. Pro (STAAD stands for Structural Analysis And Designing) is a 3D structural analysis and design software widely used to analyze and design structures for bridges, towers, buildings, transportation, industrial, utility structures and building structures like culverts, petrochemical plants, tunnels, bridges, piles etc. It also allows engineers to design and analyze any type of structure through its flexible modelling environment, advanced features, and fluent data collaboration. STAAD Pro is a comprehensive structural engineering software from Bentley Systems that addresses all aspects of structural engineering including model development verification, analysis, design and review of results.
This course is most suited for civil and structural engineering students and professionals. Learners need to have fair idea about materials being used in building construction.
Course Objective:
This course will introduce one to STAAD Pro’s state of the art user interface, prevailing analysis and design engines with a sophisticated finite element (FEM), visualization tools, and dynamic analysis capabilities. This course train learners with various software functionalities like model generation and editing; loading analysis; concrete designing and introduce learners on using seismology report generation and steel and foundation design features. On successful completion of the program learners can work as Structure Designers, Project Managers, Building Analysts, Quality Analysts, Bridge.
key Contents:

Introduction: Staad pro

Staad pro editor

Co-ordinate systems

Global & local co-ordinate systems

Creating a new project using Staad pro

For multiple member Add beam

Creating models using structure wiz

Member offset

Material specification

Group specification

Uniform fence & moment

Creating load combination

Creating load Envelop

Concentrated load

Generating surface meshing

Steel Design as per IS.800

Auto member generation

Over head water tank Design

Slab Design: One way slab

Two way slab

Stair case design

Duration: 80 Hrs
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