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    ETABS: For Structural Design of Buildings

    Structural Analysis and Structural Design of Residential Building in ETABS with Real World Project.

    What you'll learn
    Learn structural analysis and design of a residential building using ETABS.
    Detail and design the column and beam longitudinal and shear reinforcement.
    Analyze and design any kind of civil engineering structure using ETABS.
    Free access to the basic course of ETABS that is available in my profile.
    Export the designed data to excel for further calculations.
    Do preliminary design of structural members.
    Calculate lumped mass, base shear and strorey shear.

    Basic knowledge of computer.
    ETABS ( Any version) installed in the computer.

    Description of The Course This course titled " ETABS: Structural Analysis and Design of a Building" teaches you all the things required for the structural analysis and design of a residential building.

    This course 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 the structural design of a building.

    You can do the structural design of buildings on your own projects.
    We spent years at college but yet there are some topics that are overlooked in the engineering syllabus but are important in working fields.

    This course titled " ETABS: Structural Analysis and Design of a Building" has been created in order to fill that void and help students start out with structural design software. ETABS is a structural analysis and design software developed by csiamerica.

    It is a very powerful software that can design almost any kind of civil engineering structure. ETABS is used for the design of beam and columns only.

    However, this course also contains the design of slab and the footing.

    Unlike other courses available online which only teach you tools of ETABS and not the actual process of analysis and design, this course takes a real-world architectural drawing of a building so as to explain the entire process from modeling up to the design.


    Section 1: Introduction To The Software

    Lecture 1 The User Interface

    Lecture 2 Download and Install the Software

    Lecture 3 Introduction to the Grids

    Lecture 4 How to Speed up to Slow down the Lecture speed?

    Lecture 5 Modelling of a Continuous Beam

    Lecture 6 Analysis of The Continuous Beam

    Lecture 7 Analysis of a Truss

    Section 2: Preliminary Design (Optional)

    Lecture 8 Introduction

    Lecture 9 Preliminary Design of Slab

    Lecture 10 Preliminary Design of Beam

    Lecture 11 Preliminary Design of Column

    Section 3: Modeling of Building

    Lecture 12 Read Architectural Drawing

    Lecture 13 Define Grids

    Lecture 14 Define Materials

    Lecture 15 Define Section Properties

    Lecture 16 Correction of Grids

    Lecture 17 Modelling Up To Ground Floor

    Lecture 18 Modelling of First Floor

    Lecture 19 Modeling of Second and Third Floors

    Lecture 20 Extruding the Model

    Lecture 21 Modeling of Balcony

    Lecture 22 Assigning Support to the Model

    Lecture 23 Lowering The Tie Beam

    Section 4: Modeling of Staircase

    Lecture 24 Read Architectural Drawing of Staircase

    Lecture 25 Define Reference Points and Reference Planes

    Lecture 26 Model Staircase From Ground Floor to First Floor

    Lecture 27 Model The Landing Beam

    Lecture 28 Model Staircase From First Floor to Second Floor

    Section 5: Advanced Modelling Options

    Lecture 29 Model Secondary Beams

    Lecture 30 Model Curved Beams

    Lecture 31 Different Modes of Modelling a Beam

    Lecture 32 Offsetting The Beam While Modelling

    Lecture 33 Modelling Circular Columns

    Lecture 34 Modelling Eccentric Columns

    Section 6: Load Application

    Lecture 35 Defining Load Patterns, Diaphragm and Mass Source

    Lecture 36 Application of Partition Load

    Lecture 37 Application of Shell/ SLab Load

    Lecture 38 Application of Wall Load on Slab/Shell

    Lecture 39 Meshing of Slab and Frame Structures

    Section 7: Calculation of Seismic Weight, Base Shear and Storey Shear (Optional)

    Lecture 40 Introduction

    Lecture 41 Seismic Load Calculation

    Lecture 42 Base Shear Calculation

    Lecture 43 Storey Shear Calculation

    Section 8: Application of Lateral Loads

    Lecture 44 Application of Lateral Loads Introduction

    Lecture 45 Application of Earthquake Load Method-1

    Lecture 46 Application of Earthquake Load Method-2

    Lecture 47 Application of Earthquake Load Method-3

    Lecture 48 Application of Wind Load

    Section 9: Load Combination and Structural Analysis

    Lecture 49 Introduction To Load Combinations

    Lecture 50 Defining The Load Combinations

    Lecture 51 Analyzing The Building

    Section 10: Design Of The Building

    Lecture 52 Design Of The Building

    Lecture 53 Redesigning the Columns

    Section 11: Design Checks To Be Performed

    Lecture 54 Check for Section Failure

    Lecture 55 Rebar Percentage

    Lecture 56 P-M-M Interaction Ratio

    Lecture 57 Beam Column Capacity

    Lecture 58 Storey Displacement, Storey Drift and Drift Ratio

    Lecture 59 Torsional Irregularity

    Section 12: Detailing of Column Rebars

    Lecture 60 Introduction

    Lecture 61 Understanding the Rebar Values of ETABS

    Lecture 62 Rebar Combination of the Plinth Level Column

    Lecture 63 Sketching the Rebars of the Plinth Level Column

    Lecture 64 Detailing the Rebars of the Ground Floor Column

    Lecture 65 Detailing the Rebars of the First Floor Columns

    Lecture 66 Detailing the Rebars of the Second Floor

    Lecture 67 Concept of the Lapping of Bars in Floor Levels

    Lecture 68 Concept of Detailing the Columns Having increasing Reinforcement Values

    Lecture 69 Detailing of Columns with Increasing Reinforcement values upto First Floor

    Lecture 70 Detailing of Columns with Increasing Reinforcement values at Second Floor

    Lecture 71 Concept of Detailing of Similar Columns and Preparing Structural Drawings

    Lecture 72 Shear Detailing : Getting results from ETABS

    Lecture 73 Calculating the Required Spacing of the Lateral Ties

    Lecture 74 Detailing of the Lateral Ties

    Section 13: Detailing of Beam Rebars

    Lecture 75 Overview of the Structural Drawing of Beam

    Lecture 76 Studying the Results of ETABS

    Lecture 77 Detailing of Top Mid Bars

    Lecture 78 Detailing of Top Extra Bars

    Lecture 79 Finalizing the Top Bars

    Lecture 80 Detailing of the Bottom Reinforcement

    Lecture 81 Grouping the Beam Details

    Lecture 82 Detailing the Bars at the Beam Junction

    Lecture 83 Concept of Lapping of Bars

    Lecture 84 Detailing of Extra Bars at the Bottom

    Lecture 85 Important Point to Remember

    Lecture 86 Calculating the Stirrup Spacing

    Lecture 87 Providing The Shear Reinforcement

    Section 14: Exporting ETABS Results To Excel

    Lecture 88 Export Model Results

    Lecture 89 Export Analysis Results

    Lecture 90 Export Center of Mass and Center of Rigidity Values

    Lecture 91 Export Design Results

    Section 15: Design of Slab

    Lecture 92 Introduction

    Lecture 93 Inputs for Slab Design

    Lecture 94 Calculation of Slab Moments

    Lecture 95 Calculation of Area of steel

    Lecture 96 Detailing of slab (Brief)

    Lecture 97 Design checks to be performed

    Section 16: Detailing of slab

    Lecture 98 Slab Reinforcement Overview

    Lecture 99 Reading the Structural Drawings of Slab

    Lecture 100 Detailing of Bent up Bars

    Section 17: Design Excel Sheets

    Lecture 101 Design of Slab

    Lecture 102 Design of Isolated Footing

    Lecture 103 Design of Raft Foundation

    Lecture 104 Design of Staircase

    Lecture 105 Design of Beam

    Lecture 106 Design of Column

    Section 18: What Next?

    Lecture 107 What Next? (Bonus Lecture)

    Civil engineering students who wish to learn ETABS for structural analysis and design.,Civil engineering graduates who wish to pursue their career in structural analysis and design of buildings.,Graduates doing project on building design.

    Last updated 5/2020
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