FF-4, Alankar Tower,
Opp M S University, Sayajigunj,
Vadodara – 390005

+91 0265 3935049
+91-70962 55047

Weekdays : Mon To Sat
Timing : 9.00 - 19.00
Sunday : 9.00 - 4.00

Course Description

Civil and Structure engineering helps in analyses of building structures. This course focus on students to develop understanding of structural behavior. And this will lead to encourage using information Technology in the design process.

In addition, the students get the ability to choose and adapt calculation models and perfect methods to the actual purpose of calculations on the basis of detail understanding of the physical behavior.

  • Introduction to industry and its system e.g. Chemical, Power, Energy, Petrochemical, Hydrocarbon, Refinery etc.
  • Introduction to various Engineering Disciplines.
  • Role of Civil Engineers.
  • Inputs & Outputs from Civil Discipline.
  • Introduction to different types of Concrete Structures & Steel Structures.
  • Overview to relevant Concrete and Steel IS codes& there designs respectively.
  • General overview over various Civil Works- Equipment Support Foundations, Strom
  • Water Drain, Process Drains, Dyke walls, Industrial Sheds, Process Buildings, Utility
  • Buildings, MCC Control Rooms, Substation, Flare Stacks, Chimney, Cooling Tower etc.
  • Computer Aided Analysis.
  • Introduction to industry and its system e.g. Chemical, Power, Energy, Petrochemical, Hydrocarbon, Refinery etc.
  • Introduction to different types RCC buildings
  • Water tank
  • Introduction to Steel Frame Buildings
  • Portal frames
  • Trusses
  • Plate Girders & monorails
  • Base plate
  • Pipe rack structures
  • Various operating platforms
  • Chimney structures
  • Strom water drains
  • Cooling towers
  • Equipment foundations
  • Pile foundations
  • Phase I
  • Introduction to STAAD Pro
  • Types of Structures
  • How to Proceed
  • Coordinate Systems
  • Understanding Global & Local axis

  • Phase II
  • Creating Geometry
  • Adding Beam, Column, Support etc.
  • Member properties, Member Specifications& Support specifications
  • Various methods of Geometry formation
  • Renumbering members
  • Merging members
  • Group definition

  • Phase III
  • Verify Model
  • Select Filter Setting
  • Orientation
  • Create User Section

  • Phase IV
  • Understanding Types of Load & its Importance
  • Calculation of Wind Load & Earth Quake Load& its definition in Staad.
  • Load Application
  • Defining Load Combinations & Load Lists

  • Phase V
  • Post Analysis & Analysis Results
  • Understanding Moment & Force diagrams
  • Nodal Displacement & Member Deflection
  • Documentation

  • Phase VI
  • RCC Design Parameters as per IS 456
  • View Output

  • Phase VII
  • Steel Design Parameters as per IS 800
  • View Output

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