ETABS Training in Kathmandu, Nepal

Duration1 monthETABS Training in Kathmandu, Nepal

ETABS is a highly efficient analysis and design program developed especially for building systems. It is loaded with an integrated system with an ability to handle the largest and most complex building models and configurations. The software has powerful CAD-like drawing tools with a graphical and object-based interface.It increases the productivity of structural engineers. It saves a significant amount of time and money over the general-purpose programs.

The course aims to offer comprehensive knowledge of the ETABS software and its applications. The course will help the candidates to acquire in-depth details about the different procedures and simplified analysis aspects of the design models. The certification converts a candidate into an expert that is ready to work in the civil design industry.

The course is designed for civil engineers, architects and designers to generate highly efficient and cost-effective design models. The course is also open to anyone who is willing to learn ETABS.

Course Contents

ETABS Training for Structural Design | ETABS Training in Nepal

 

Introduction

  • About etabs software and environment
  • Rcc codes available in etabs
  • Unit system
  • Steel section database library
  • Steel design codes

Grid system and storey data

  • creating uniform grid spacing and simple story data
  • creating non‐uniform grid spacing and custom storey data

Defining material properties

  • Is code material properties
  • Us code material properties
  • Material properties for other codes
  • Import dxf file from autocad

Defining rebar sizes and section properties

  • Is rebar sizes
  • Us soft metric and us customary rebar sizes
  • Defining section properties
  • Define tendon section
  • Define concrete frame section
  • Rectangular sections
  • Circular sections
  • Non-prismatic sections
  • Define predefined and composite steel section
  • Define rcc slab section
  • Define rcc wall section

Drawing objects

  • Local and global co‐ordinate system
  • Floor and wall objects
  • Quick draw beams and columns in plan, elevation, and 3d
  • Drawing bracing in elevation
  • Quick draw secondary beams
  • Drawing wall openings
  • Drawing curve beam
  • Replicating, translating and mirroring object groups
  • Define various response spectrum and time history functions
  • Define mass source

Load patterns

  • Self weight as dead load
  • Wall loads
  • Live loads
  • Earthquake load
  • Wind load

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