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CSI SAFE Professional Essential Training Series

Best software for Slabs and Foundations design
Instructor:
Civil MDC
377 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Introduction, Defining material ,Defining Sections and Defining Soil Properties (Soil Subgrade Modulus)
Designing of Isolated footing, Combined footing in Detail
Slab analysis, design and Detailing (with or without drop panels), Cantilever Slab
piles foundation (Pile Cap design)
Base Plate Design (Axial + Bi-axial ) with RAM Connection
beams design
Raft/MAT Foundation design
Full building design, then exported From CSI ETABS to CSI SAFE and designed the foundation in CSI SAFE Software
Pile Cap design in detail with pile spring constant calculations
Concrete Slab Short term and Long term Deflection

From Nothing to everything. CSI SAFE (Slab Analysis by the Finite Element Method) is the best tool for designing concrete slabs and foundations by the Computer and Structures, Inc. SAFE provide easiness to engineer towards the safe design of structures with powerful tools like draw, analyze, design and detailing etc.

Course Contents

CSI SAFE – 01 Introduction , Define Material, Define Slab Section

CSI SAFE – 02 Define Beam Properites

CSI SAFE – 03 Define Column Properties, Load pattern load case load combination

CSI SAFE 04 Define Soil Subgrade Modulas

CSI SAFE – 05 Mass Source as per ASCE

CSI SAFE – 06 Concrete Slab with Drop Panel Part I

CSI SAFE – 07 Concrete Slab with Drop Panel Part 2

CSI SAFE – 08 Concrete Slab Design and detail Part I

CSI SAFE – 09 Concrete Slab Design and detail Part 2

10 RAM Connection Column Base Plate design (Axial)

11 RAM Connection Column Base Plate design (Biaxial)

CSI SAFE – 12 Edit Geometry by 3 Different Tools

CSI SAFE – 13 Import Cad (Architectural grids clxf dwg files)

CSI SAFE – 14 Isolated Footing Detailed design with concept pat I

CSI SAFE – 15 Isolated Footing Detailed design with concept pat 2

CSI SAFE – 16 Isolated Footing 800k Example Verfication

CSI SAFE – 17 Combined Footing Design Detailed Example I

CSI SAFE – 18 Combined Footing Design Detailed Example 2

CSI SAFE – 19 Mat or Raft Foundation

CSI SAFE – 19b Mat or Raft Foundation Uplift Check

CSI SAFE – 20 Design of Full building, Export from CSI ETA8S or SAP2000 to CSI SAFE Part 1

CSI SAFE – 21 Design of Full building, Export from CSI ETA8S or SAP2000 to CSI SAFE Part 2

CSI SAFE – 22 Strap Foundation Detailed analysis and design

CSI SAFE – 23 Pile Cap design in detail with pile spring constant calculations

CSI SAFE – 24 Cantiliver Slab design

CSI SAFE – 25 Concrete Slab Short term and Long term Deflection

CSI SAFE Lecture 1

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CSI SAFE - 01 Introduction , Define Material, Define Slab Section

Features and defining of materials like Concrete, Reinforcement etc.... Further defining of Footing and Stiff Column Thicknesses..

CSI SAFE Lecture 2

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CSI SAFE - 02 Define Beam Properites

CSI SAFE - 02 Define Beam Properites.

CSI SAFE Lecture 3

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CSI SAFE - 03 Define Column Properties, Load pattern load case load combination

CSI SAFE Lecture 4

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CSI SAFE - 04 Define Soil Subgrade Modulas

CSI SAFE Lecture 5

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CSI SAFE - 05 Mass Source as per ASCE

CSI SAFE Lecture 6 & 7

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CSI SAFE - 06 Concrete Slab with Drop Panel Part 1
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CSI SAFE - 07 Concrete Slab with Drop Panel Part 2

CSI SAFE Lecture 8 & 9

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CSI SAFE - 08 Concrete Slab with Beams, Design and detail Part 1
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CSI SAFE - 09 Concrete Slab with Beams, Design and detail Part 2

Lecture - 10 & 11 RAM Connection Software

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Lecture - 10 RAM Connection Column Base Plate design (Axial)
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Lecture - 11 RAM Connection Column Base Plate design (Biaxial)

CSI SAFE Lecture 12

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CSI SAFE - 12 Edit Geometry by 3 Different Tools

CSI SAFE Lecture 10

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CSI SAFE - 13 Import Cad (Architectural grids dxf dwg files)

CSI SAFE Lecture 14, 15 & 16

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CSI SAFE - 14 Isolated Footing Detailed design with concept part 1
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CSI SAFE - 15 Isolated Footing Detailed design with concept part 2
3
CSI SAFE - 16 Isolated Footing Book Example Verification

CSI SAFE Lecture 17 & 18

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CSI SAFE - 17 Combined Footing Design Detailed Example 1
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CSI SAFE - 18 Combined Footing Design Detailed Example 2

CSI SAFE Lecture 19 & 19b

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CSI SAFE - 19 Mat or Raft Foundation
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CSI SAFE - 19b Mat or Raft Foundation Uplift Check

CSI SAFE Lecture 20 & 21

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CSI SAFE - 20 Design of Full building, Export from CSI ETABS to CSI SAFE Part 1
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CSI SAFE - 21 Design of Full building, Export from CSI ETABS to CSI SAFE Part 2

CSI SAFE Lecture 22

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CSI SAFE - 22 Strap Foundation Detailed analysis and design

CSI SAFE Lecture 23

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CSI SAFE - 23 Pile Cap design

Attachment of Excel Sheets

1- Pile Cap Design Calculations for CSI SAFE

https://www.civilmdc.com/index.php/Home/single_post/692/1


2-Pile Capacity Analysis Software

https://www.civilmdc.com/index.php/Home/single_post/689/1




Details for Pile Cap design

A pile cap is one of the types of foundation that consist of a thick concrete pad that is usually supported by piles. This is commonly used in building foundations with the geographical locations having a very low soil bearing capacity. Pile cap serves to transmit the load of the building into the hard strata of the soil via a pile or group of piles. Design-wise, the pile cap design uses a truss system principle that can be designed using a strut and tie method. Designing a pile cap seems to be complicated because a lot of considerations need to take into account to achieve a safe and sound foundation.  These considerations include the proper spacing of each pile, the pile cap thickness and so on. To achieve this can only be done by understanding its design principles and proper detailing of pile caps. The designer’s struggle on pile cap design begins with the consideration of what dimensions or pile cap geometry to assume at first. But knowing the correct pile cap dimensions can be considered as a halfway already in design completion.


In this article, we will be dealing with the standards in determining pile cap geometry and dimensions as well as its design considerations. To make it simple, we will break down our design assumption with the following


1.  Recommended Shape and Its Dimensions

The first thing to consider in the pile cap design is to determine the shape of the pile cap to use. The shapes vary according to the number of piles in the pile cap that can be deriving according to the load in a column supporting it. The figure below shows the most common use shapes of the pile cap and the recommended dimensions.


2. Recommended Thickness of Pile Cap

One of the important things to consider in a pile cap design is to determine enough thickness. Pile cap thickness must also be sufficient to meet anchorage-bond length requirements of starter bars and normal punching shear requirements. Here is how to assume the thickness of the pile cap:


If diameter of pile less than 550mm: thickness = 2 x diameter of pile

If diameter of pile greater than 550mm: thickness = 1/3[(8 x diameter of pile)-600]


3. Punching Shear Check

Punching shear along the column perimeter should be satisfied according to the standard codes.  Also, punching shear due to piles should also be considered in the design check.


4. Pile Cap Design Approach

There are so many ways to design a pile cap. Technically, it can be designed manually using a principle of strut and tie method. But if you are considering a wide pile cap supported by multiple numbers of piles, computer-generated structural design CSI SAFE software is available to design a massive pile caps.



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CSI SAFE Lecture 24

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CSI SAFE - 24 Cantiliver Slab design

CSI SAFE - 25 Concrete Slab Short term and Long term Deflection

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CSI SAFE - 25 Concrete Slab Short term and Long term Deflection

Modulus of Subgrade Reaction of Soil (Basic and Bowles Approach)

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Modulus of Subgrade Reaction of Soil (Basic and Bowles Approach)
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