STAAD Pro –V8i

Overview

STAAD.PRO course allows civil engineering students to design, develop and analyze the computerized models of any structure in terms of factors like force, load and displacements such as petroleum plants, buildings, bridges, skyscrapers, tunnel, etc.

Course Objective

The objectives of our STAAD.PRO courses are to cover all the steps involved structural analysis and design of concrete and steel.

Pre-requisite

You don’t need any previous training or diploma to learn about STAAD.PRO software. This course is open to all engineering students and working professionals like civil, mechanical, electrical who want to gain a competitive edge in the designing industry.

What’s in it for me?

STAAD.PRO helps you understand the basic and advanced techniques of analyzing and designing virtual model of any structure and comes with modeling environment, advanced features and fluent data collaboration. These are enough ingredients to secure jobs in any construction company.

CURRICULUM

Section 1: Introduction of Starting STAAD Pro
    • • Creating New file
    • • Opening Existing File
    • • Closing a file
    • • Saving & Saving As
    • • Module Review
    • • Salient Features
    • • Hardware Requirements
    • • Screen information
    • • Overview of Structural Analysis and Design
    • • Types of Structures
    • • Types of Structures in STAAD
    • • Various Unit Systems
    • • Coordinate Systems
    • • Global Coordinate System
    • • Local Coordinate System
    • • STAAD Commands and Input Instructions
    • • Command Formats
    • • Free Formatting Input Commenting Input
    • • Meaning of Underlining in the Manual
    • • Problem Initiation and Title
Section 2: Structural Modeling
    • • What are Nodes, Beams, and Plates
    • • How things are done in the Input File
    • • Geometry Creation Methods
    • • Using Structure Wizard
    • • Things you can do in Structure Wizard
    • • Drafting the Geometry using a Snap / Grid
    • • Viewing
    • • Selecting
    • • Using Selecting While viewing 3-D Geometry
    • • Joint Coordinate Specification
    • • Graphical User Interface
    • • Member Incidence Specification
    • • Graphical User Interface
Section 3: Other Useful Functions (To Complete the Geometry)
    • • Introduction
    • • Translation Repeat
    • • Circular Repeat
    • • Insert Node
    • • Add Beams between midpoints
    • • Add beams by perpendicular intersection
    • • Connect beams along an Axis
    • • Cut Section
    • • Undo / Redo
    • • Dimensioning
Section 4: Property Details
    • • Material Specification
    • • Material Constants
    • • Constant Specifications
    • • Member Property Specifications
    • • Prismatic Property Specifications
    • • Tapered Member Specifications
    • • Specifying Properties from Steel Table
    • • User Table Specifications
    • • Member Orientation Specifications
    • • Beta Angle
Section 5: Members
    • • Inactive / Delete Specifications
    • • Listing of Members / Joints by Specifications of Groups
    • • Member Offset
    • • Member Release Specifications
    • • Member Truss Specifications
    • • Member Tension / Member Compression Specifications
    • • Global Support Specifications
    • • Fixed / Pinned / Fixed but Release / Spring Supports
    • • How to assign different members of Roof TRUSS
    • • How to assign different members of RCC /Multistory Building
    • • How to assign different members for Industrial Steel Structures
Section 6: Loading Particulars
    • • Loading Specifications
    • • Self weight Loading Specifications
    • • Member/Point Load Specifications
    • • Area Load / Floor Load Specifications
    • • Wind load design for RCC Frame & Steel Structures
    • • Earthquake Loading for RCC & Steel Structure-STATIC & DYNAMIC Method
    • • Lode Combination as per Indian Standard Code IS :456/IS: 1893-2002 PART-1/IS:800
Section 7: ANALYSIS
    • • Analysis Specifications
    • • Print Specifications
    • • Pre Analysis Print Commands
    • • Post Analysis Print Commands
    • • Load List Specifications
    • • Report Generation
    • • Output file
Section 8: Post Processing
    • • Introduction
    • • First Steps
    • • Node Displacement
    • • Node Reactions
    • • Beam forces ( BMD & SFD )
    • • Beam Stresses
    • • Beam Graphs
    • • Plate Contour
    • • Plate Results Along line
    • • Animation
    • • Reports
Section 9: R.C. Design/STAAD Foundation
    • • Concrete Design As per IS 456
    • • Design Parameters
    • • Design of Beams
    • • Design for Flexure
    • • Design for Shear
    • • Design of Columns
    • • Concrete Design Specifications
    • • Concrete Design Parameter Specification
    • • Concrete Design Command
    • • Concrete Take off
    • • Introduction of STAAD Foundation
    • • Basic Theory of Foundation Design & Parameters as per IS Codes & Different types of Foundation
    • • Analysis & design of Isolated/Combined Footing etc & Final Reports
    • • Import AutoCAD File in STAAD & Import STAAD File in STAAD Foundation
Section 9: Steel Design
    • • Steel Design As per IS 800
    • • Allowable Stresses
    • • Axial Stresses
    • • Bending Stresses
    • • Shear Stress
    • • Combined Stress
    • • Parameter Specifications Code Checking Specifications/Member
    • • Selection Specifications
    • • Tabulated Results Of Steel Design
    • • Modeling & Design of Different Types of 2D & 3D Structures
    • • Modeling & Design of Industrial Steel Warehouse
  • Duration: 60 Hours
  • Certificates: Yes
  • Section: 9