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STAAD Pro: For Complete Beginners [No Experience Required]

Complete Structural Analysis and Design of a Building using STAAD.Pro
Instructor:
Gokul Saud
3,378 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Introduction of STAAD Pro Software.
Structural Analysis and Design of a RCC Building.
Detailing of Beams and Columns.
Earthquake Load Application.

Description of The Course

This course titled ” STAAD Pro: From Beginner Pro [From ZERO to HERO]” teaches you all the things required for the structural analysis and design of a building. This course, as the title says, doesn’t require you to have any prior experience in this software or any other structural design software.  It will teach all the aspects of the software from very basic and will take you to the higher levels of the software as the course progresses. The course has been very systematically arranged so that you can best understand the software. Once you complete this course, you will have all the necessary knowledge to do structural design of a building. You can work as a  structural designer or can do the structural design of buildings on your own projects.

Description of the Software

 STAAD Pro stands for Structural Analysis and Design Program. STAAD.Pro V8i is the leading Structural Analysis and Design  Software from Bentley. The Letter ā€œiā€ stands for intuitive, interactive, incredible and interoperable. STAAD.Pro is the professional’s choice for steel, concrete, timber, aluminum, and cold-formed steel design of virtually any structures including culverts, petrochemical plants, tunnels, bridges, piles and much more. Bentley sounds V8i is the most complete and noteworthy release in its history, which took a total investment of over a billion dollars and extents across the vast array disciplines with fundamental subject and assignment endures to be Sustaining Infrastructure.

Introduction to STAAD Pro

1
Introduction
2
How to Speed up to Slow down the Lecture speed?
3
Setting Up Configuration
4
Starting a New Project
5
Menu Bar
6
Toolbar and Main Window
7
Page Setup Controls
8
Mode of Operation

Analysis of a RCC Beam

1
Introduction
2
Defining the Nodes
3
Understanding the Views in STAAD Pro
4
Drawing the Beam
5
Defining the Beam Section
6
Assigning the Beam Section
7
Assigning the Beam Supports
8
Defining the Loads Part-1
9
Defining the Loads Part-2
10
Assigning the Loads
11
Analyzing the Beam
12
Error Log
13
Post Processing Mode Introduction
14
Getting the Support Reactions
15
Displaying the Moment Diagram
16
Displaying the Shear Force Diagram
17
Displaying the Deflection of a Beam
18
Animation and Report Generation
19
Test 1: Practice the given continuous beam
20
Test 2: Practice the given continuous beam.
21
Test 2': Practice the Given Beam

Analysis of a 2D Frame

1
Setting up the Model
2
Defining the Nodes
3
Drawing the Beams and Columns
4
Defining Beam and Column Sections
5
Assigning Beam and Column Sections
6
Assigning the Supports
7
Defining the Loads
8
Assigning the Loads
9
Analyzing the Structure and Post Processing Mode
10
Check Reactions, BMD, SFD and Deflections
11
Test 3: Practice the given Frame
12
Test 4: Practice the given Frame

Analysis and Design of a 3D Frame

1
Starting the Model
2
Getting to Know the Structure
3
Modeling the Structure
4
Defining and Assigning the Frame Properties
5
Assigning the Supports
6
Defining the Beam Loads
7
Defining the Floor Loads
8
Assigning the Beam Loads
9
Defining the Load Combination
10
Defining the Design Parameters and Commands
11
Assigning the Design Parameters and Commands
12
Redesigning the Sections
13
Viewing the Results of Design
14
Displaying Reactions, Deflection, SFD and BMD.
15
Test 5 : Analyse and Design the given Frame
16
Test 6: Design of a 3D Frame

Using Structure Wizard

1
Starting the Model
2
Understanding the Concept of Bays
3
Modeling Frame Using Wizard
4
Modeling Truss using Wizard

Exploring the STAAD Pro Tools

1
Move Tool
2
Rotate Tool
3
Mirror Tool
4
View Options in STAAD Pro
5
3D Rendering Option
6
Add Nodes in Beams
7
Various Beam Adding Options
8
Translational Repeat
9
Circular Repeat
10
View Individual Floors Separately
11
Define a New Material
12
Access Steel and Wood Database

Moment Releases and Member Offset

1
Starting a New Model
2
Concept of Moment Release
3
Full Moment Release
4
Partial Moment Release
5
Introduction to Member Offset
6
Offsetting the Beam Members
7
Miscellaneous Specification Options

Read the Architectural Drawings

1
Flow Map of a Project
2
Reading the elevations
3
Reading the Floor Plans
4
Understanding the Grid Lines
5
Reading the Sections

Modeling of The Building

1
Defining the Base Nodes
2
Adding Beams at the Base
3
Modeling of the Building Floors
4
Concept of Modeling the Balcony
5
Modeling of the First Floor Balcony
6
Modeling of the Second Floor Balcony
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14 hours on-demand video
8 articles
Certificate of Completion

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