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    PV system structure design course - STAAD. Pro

    Learn to design the pv structure for solar energy systems professionally using staad pro

    What you'll learn:
    What are the sections of PV structures ?
    STAAD. Pro design and Analysis
    PV structure parts
    Choose the best section for your structure

    PV system structure design course - STAAD. Pro

    STAAD. Pro software

    This course with the metal structure, the metal structure, solar energy that is installed on the roofs of buildings, you will learn all the things you need to carry out the design process with high professionalism and professionalism, ensuring the quality of work provided by the company that works with Baha.

    The course consists of a detailed and simplified explanation of all the steps to reach a comprehensive all the details such as references and the shape of the structure, basic and vehicle loads, and installation. Pro is one of the most famous, strongest, and most powerful programs approved for the design of the metal structure by many companies and government agencies.

    Calculation of wind load or wind load of the pv systems structure which is divided into tow parts

    - Calculation of the dead load of the pv systems structure which is self weight plus panels weight

    - Calculating live load, live load, and do we really need it in solar systems?

    Snow load calculation

    - Drawing on the STAAD program.

    Drawing on AutoCAD and exporting to the stadium

    Selection of sections for solar systems

    - Understand the information from the program and analyze it in practice

    - Design by the program according to code

    Study the sections and find out how successful the structure is

    Who this course is for
    Soalr energy students and engineers
    Solar energy designers

    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 13 lectures (2h 12m) | Size: 862.8 MB

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