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RCC structures

RCC structures is the traditional way of building .There is a huge demand in India for this as new RCC structures are booming all across. In this course we make the candidates do live design, in short converting the candidates to junior engineers through the lead Structural engineers from the industry.

Course Fees : 50000


Course Fees(NRI) : 1875

       

Scope & Career

Scope & Carrer of STRUCTURAL Engineering:

  • Design (initiating ideas, feasibility analysis, technical supervision, safety of finished structures, converting an architects visions into functional reality, etc.)
  • Management of projects, personnel, finances, materials and production.
  • Construction.
  • Maintenance, and ultimately demolition.
  • Risk assessment for public protection, defining and maintaining safety standards and the carrying out of structural integrity assessments.
  • Acting in a watchdog role by ensuring compliance with National Building Regulations, planning and safety legislation.
  • Research and teaching
     

Career of STRUCTURAL Engineering: 

  • Commercial Buildings needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Airports needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Shopping Malls  needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Hospitals , Office complex needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Residential buildings needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Petro Chemical Complex needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Oil & gas need STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Off shore Industry needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Refinery needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Industrial plants needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Energy sector needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Chemical process needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • EPC industry needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Consulting engineering needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Pharmaceutical industry needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Project & Construction needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Cement and Fertilizer needs STRUCTURAL engineering
  • Power plants needs STRUCTURAL engineering

Syllabus

Design Example of a Building using a Software Staad Pro V8i

  • How to study the building Drawing
  • How to study the Building Dimension
  •  Study on the General Layout
  • Beam layout
  •  Column Position

 

  • D.C
  • C. C
  • Wind Load
  • Snow Load
  • Load combination
  • 1893 Seismic Code
  •  Column
  •  Beam size
  •  T Concrete
  •  T Steel

 

  • Self w.t of member
  • Gravity
  • Slab load calculation

 

  • Model making
  • Properties

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Overview of Structural Analysis and Design.

Calculating Shear Force and Bending Moment values for various supports and load types.

Introduction

o STAAD .PRO V8i

o STAAD Editor

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Co-ordinate Systems

o Global Vs Local

Creating a New Project in STAAD.Pro

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Model Generation

o Creating Nodes & Members

Select Menu

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Model Editing Tools

o Translational Repeat

o Circular Repeat

  • Move

o Mirror

o Rotate

Insert Mode

  • For a Single Member
  • For a Multiple Members

Add Beam

  • Point to Point
  • Between Midpoints
  • Perpendicular Intersection

Curved Member

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Model Editing Tools

o Connect Beams Along

o Stretch Selected Members

o Intersect Selected Members

o Merge Selected Members

o Renumber

o Split Beam

o Break Beams at Selected Nodes

Creating Models By using Structure Wizard

Mini Project

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Support Specification

Member Property Specification

Member Offset

Material Specification

Loading

o Creating a Primary Load

o Adding Selfweight

 

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Loading

o Nodal Load

o Member Load

  • Uniform Force and Moment
  • Concentrated Force and Moment
  • Liner Varying Load
  • Trapezoidal Load
  • Hydrostatic Load
  • Pre/Post Stress

Area Load

o Floor Loaad

Mini Project2

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Loading

o Wind Load

o Creating Load Combination

o Automatic Load Combination

o Edit Auto Load Rules

o Moving Load

o Reference Load

o Repeat Load

Mini Project 3

 

 

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Introduction to Analysis

o Perform Analysis

o Overview of Output Page

o Pre-analysis Print

o Post-analysis Print

Inactive or Delete Specification

General Guidelines For Design

Concrete Design in STAAD.Pro

o Column Design

o Beam Design

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RC Designer

o Beam Design

o Column Design

Project 1

 

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Seismology

o Introduction

o Terminologies

o Standards for Earthquake Design

o General Principals for Earthquake Design

o Finding the Lateral Force by using STAAD.Pro

Dynamic Analysis

o Response Spectrum Analysis

Mini Project 4

 

 

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Cylindrical and Cylindrical Reverse Co-Ordinate Systems

Introduction

FEM Modelling in STAAD.Pro

o Snap Plate

o Add Plate

o Create Infill Plates

o Generate Plate Mesh

o Parametric Modelling

 

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Member Truss

Creating FEM models by using Structure Wizard

Adding Plate Thickness

Plate Load

o Pressure on Full Plate

o Concentrated Load

o Partial Plate Pressure Load

o Trapezoidal Load

o Hydrostatic Load

o Element Joint Load

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Water Tank Design

Slab Design

o One-way Slab

o Two-Way Slab

Mini Project 5

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Staircase Design

Shear wall Modelling and Design

Solid Modelling and Analysis

Mini Project 6

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Cable Member Specification

Tension/ Compression Specification

Table Member Property

Steel Design in STAAD.Pro

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Interactive Steel Design

Design of Overhead Transmission Line Towers

Pushover Analysis

Project 2

 

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Foundation Design

o Isolated Footing

o Combined / Strip footing

o Tool Kit

  • Isolated Footing
  • Combined footing

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Foundation Design

o Mat Foundation

o Pile Cap Design

Mini Project 7

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Importing CAD Models

Report Setup

Plotting From STAAD.Pro

Final Project

Audience & Eligibility

Audience for STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING  Engineering

The course is targeted mainly at practicing Structural / Civil Engineers. This course is also open to M&E Engineers, Contractors, Specialist Sub-contractors and Suppliers who wish to learn the design and safety aspects of steel structures construction

Eligibility for  STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING  Engineering

  • B. Tech / B.E in Civil  engineering / Production Engineering
  • Diploma  in Civil  engineering / Production Engineering
  • M .Tech / M.E in Civil  engineering / Production Engineering

Mock Interviews

We train our junior engineers to present themselves well and pass their interviews .They are well prepared through continuous mock interviews that provides confidence to our engineers.

A detailed session of the below mentioned format for the mock interview is provided by DA.

 

  • Interviews
  • On-Campus Interviews
  • Interview tips
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • Behavioral Interviews
  • Technical Interviews
  • Site Visits
  • Dress for Success
  • No Show Interview Policy
  • Industry Research Guide
  • Industry Expectations
  • Thank You Letters
  • Email Correspondence

Training Features

  • Since 14 years in HVAC engineering.
  • Our mentors have 5 to 10 year industrial knowledge in HVAC engineering.
  • Senior lead HVAC engineers convert the candidates to junior HVAC engineers.
  • Live Chat with faculty.
  • Virtual class rooms.
  • Audio & Video tutorials.
  • Based upon real projects on HVAC engineering.
  • In Plant visit for candidates.
  • Hands on training on leading software.
  • Career counseling & guidance.
  • 100 % job oriented training program.
  • Best placement records are maintained till now.

Personality Development

Who has a good personality?

Anyone who presents himself well ,deals with problems wins situations and influence people through excellent communication and interpersonal skills ,has a pleasing personality .DA will polish the interpersonal skills of the engineers matching the industry.

  1. Leadership in Projects
  2. Interpersonal Relations with colleagues
  3. Communication in organizations
  4. Stress Management at work
  5. Group Dynamics and Team Building
  6. Conflict Management
  7. Performance Appraisal
  8. Time Management at work
  9. Motivation

We have professionals from the personality development ,who will train  each and every raw engineer of DA, to fit the industry culture  in terms corporate behaviour.


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