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    Staad Pro - Analysis Of Steel Structures: Examples & Theory

    Structural Analysis of Low-Rise Industrial and Multi-story Residential / Commercial Structural Steel Buildings

    What you'll learn
    PEB and hot rolled structural steel design of low-rise industrial and multi-story buildings using codes: AISC, MBMA, ASCE, IBC and UBC.
    Introduction about STAAD Pro software and creating the geometry of the structure.
    Assigning member properties of both hot rolled and built-up sections (section size, grade, orientation etc.)
    Assigning different types of loads like dead, live, thermal... and load combinations as per ASCE.
    Wind load calculation according to MBMA and ASCE.
    Incorporating seismic considerations in the design of multi-story buildings as per UBC code.
    Design of workshops with overhead cranes and crane runway beam in STAAD.
    Member optimization based on the utilization ratio (stress ratio) and deflection limits as per the serviceability requirements of ASCE / IBC.
    Member take off: for bill of quantities and total tonnage of the project.
    Design of composite beam in STAAD.
    Understanding concept of jack beam and floating column.
    Design of trusses using STAAD.
    Using the STAAD editor and defining design parameters.
    Getting the base reactions, SFD, BMD and the member end forces.
    Basic steel material properties and mechanics.
    Local vs. lateral buckling definiton.
    Compact vs. non-compact vs. slender sections definition and typical PEB section ratios.
    Importing user-customized section shapes using user table via Section Wizard into STAAD.
    Design of purlins in STAAD.
    Design of deck slab (deck sheet + RCC slab) according to code SDI-C.
    Reading and understanding steel structure drawings.

    There are no course prerequisites except having STAAD Pro installed.

    You will be learning all you need to know about structural analysis of low-rise steel buildings using STAAD Pro in your professional career according to international norms like American codes and standards. The course will be discussing very essential topics, including assigning load combinations according to ASCE7/IBC, crane, wind and seismic load applications according to ASCE7/MBMA and UBC 97 respectively as well as the design of the crane runway beam. Moreover, you will learn how to check your structure's deflection against the serviceability requirements/limits and optimization of steel section sizes as per codes ASCE7/IBC. Furthermore, design of composite beam, deck slab, purlins, truss, generating reports, getting base support reactions, beam end forces, stress ratios of members, member take off, using STAAD editor, Section Wizard and many more interesting and important topics like steel material properties and mechanics will be discussed in the course.

    Section 1: Course Outline and Introduction

    Lecture 1 Course outline and introduction

    Section 2: Steel Material Properties and Mechanics

    Lecture 2 Steel structure components

    Lecture 3 Stress-strain relationship

    Lecture 4 Grades of steel

    Lecture 5 Local vs lateral buckling

    Lecture 6 Compact vs non-compact vs slender sections and typical PEB section ratios

    Lecture 7 Member capacity, section modulus & moment of inertia calculation

    Section 3: STAAD Pro Basics

    Lecture 8 Drawing geometry, assigning member releases and supports

    Lecture 9 Assigning member properties

    Lecture 10 Assigning loads

    Section 4: Wind Load Theory and Application

    Lecture 11 Wind load theory - Part 1

    Lecture 12 Wind load theory - Part 2

    Lecture 13 Wind load application in STAAD

    Section 5: Adding Thermal Loads & Load Combinations in STAAD

    Lecture 14 Adding Temperature Loads

    Lecture 15 Adding load combinations in STAAD

    Lecture 16 Adding custom load combinations

    Section 6: STAAD Editor & Design Parameters

    Lecture 17 How to calculate K factor

    Lecture 18 Using STAAD Editor & entering design parameters

    Section 7: Serviceability & Member Optimization

    Lecture 19 Serviceability limits

    Lecture 20 Member optimization in STAAD

    Section 8: Postprocessing View and Generating STAAD Report

    Lecture 21 Getting support reactions, beam end forces, BMD, SFD and generating STAAD report

    Section 9: Crane Loads

    Lecture 22 Crane load calculation

    Lecture 23 Assigning crane loads & combinations in STAAD

    Lecture 24 Checking serviceability for crane loads

    Lecture 25 Crane runway beam design using Section Wizard in STAAD

    Section 10: Reading Drawings of Workshop with Crane

    Lecture 26 Reading drawings of workshop with overhead crane

    Section 11: Purlin design in STAAD

    Lecture 27 Purlin design using Section Wizard in STAAD

    Section 12: Seismic Load in a Multi-story Building

    Lecture 28 Seismic load theory

    Lecture 29 Reading drawings of multi-story building

    Lecture 30 Seismic load & floor load application in STAAD

    Lecture 31 Seismic drift check

    Section 13: Floating Column, Jack Beam & Stability Concept

    Lecture 32 Floating column, jack beam & structural stability concept

    Section 14: Composite Beam Design

    Lecture 33 Composite beam design in STAAD

    Lecture 34 Calculating number of shear studs required

    Section 15: Deck Slab Design

    Lecture 35 Deck sheet & slab design

    Section 16: Roof Truss Analysis in STAAD

    Lecture 36 Roof truss analysis in STAAD

    Section 17: References

    Lecture 37 References
    Structural / civil engineers with little or no experience about steel structure design.,Engineers who want to expand their career in the field of structural steel design; either working in engineering consultancies or structural steel fabricators etc.

    Last updated 7/2020
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 4.1 GB | Duration: 6h 33m



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