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STAAD or (STAAD.Pro) is a structural analysis and design computer program originally developed by Research Engineers International at Yorba Linda, CA in 1997. In late 2005, Research Engineers International was bought by Bentley Systems. An older version called Staad-III for Windows is used by Iowa State University for educational purposes for civil and structural engineers. The commercial version, STAAD.Pro, is one of the most widely used structural analysis and design software products worldwide. It supports several steel, concrete and timber design codes. It can make use of various forms of analysis from the traditional 1st order static analysis, 2nd order p-delta analysis, geometric non-linear analysis, Pushover analysis(Static-Non Linear Analysis) or a buckling analysis. It can also make use of various forms of dynamic analysis from modal extraction to time history and response spectrum analysis. In recent years it has become part of integrated structural analysis and design solutions mainly using an exposed API called OpenSTAAD to access and drive the program using a Visual Basic macro system included in the application or by including OpenSTAAD functionality in applications that themselves include suitable programmable macro systems. Additionally, STAAD.Pro has added direct links to applications such as RAM Connection and STAAD.Foundation to provide engineers working with those applications which handle design post processing not handled by STAAD.Pro itself. Another form of integration supported by the STAAD.Pro is the analysis schema of the CIMsteel Integration Standard, version 2 commonly known as CIS/2 and used by a number modelling and analysis applications..

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  Course Curriculum (Duration: 120 Hrs.)

 

Chapter 1: Before you start using Bentley STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Understanding Unit Conversion Tables

 

  1. Overview of Structural Design & Analysis
  2. Stresses and Stains
  3. Shear Force & Bending Moment Diagrams
  4. Introduction to Types of Structures
  5. Overview of Steel, Concrete and Foundation Design

 

  1. Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

 

Chapter 2: Introduction to STAAD.Pro

 

  1. About Bentley STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Starting STAAD.Pro
  2. Graphical User Interface
  3. Starting a New Project

 

  1. Working with User Interface: Menu Bars

 

Tool Bars Tabs

Snap Node / Beam Window Data Area

 

Main Window

 

  1. Opening and Existing Project
  2. Saving a Project
  3. Configuring Units
  4. Keyboard Shortcuts
  5. Importing Model in STAAD.Pro
  6. Coordinate Systemes

 

Chapter 3: Structural Modeling

 

  1. Adding Beams using Tools

 

  1. Creating Beams (Colinear, Along Axes)
  2. Creating Plates
  3. Creating Surfaces
  4. Creating Solid Elements
  5. Creating Structure
  6. Stretching and Intersecting Members
  7. Merging Members and Nodes

 

  1. Renumbering Nodes, Members and Elements
  2. Splitting and Breaking Beams
  3. Cutting Sections

 

Chapter 4: Material Constants and Section Properties

 

  1. Material Constants

 

  1. Creating and Editing Material Properties

 

  1. Assigning Materials to the Structure

 

  1. Orthotropic Materials

 

  1. Section Properties

Prismatic Sections Tapered Sections Steel Sections

Steel Joist and Joist Girders Plate/Surface Thickness

 

 

Chapter 5: Member Specifications and Supports

 

  1. Node Specification

 

  1. Member Specifications Release

 

Offset

 

Property Reduction factors Cable

Truss

 

Compression Tension

 

Inactive

 

  1. Plate Specifications Release

 

Ignore Inplane Rotation Plane Stress

  1. Supports:

 

Fixed Pinned

 

Fixed But Enforced

Enforced But

 

Multilinear Spring Foundation

Inclined

 

Tension/Compression Only Springs

 

 

Chapter 6: Loads

 

  1. Types of Loads: Self Weight, Nodal, Member, Area, Floor, Plate, Surface and Solid,

 

  1. Load Generation
  2. Load Combinations

 

Chapter 7: Performing Analysis

 

  1. Pre Analysis

 

Problem Statistics Joint Coordinates Member Information Material Properties Support Information

 

Element & Solid Information

 

  1. Performing Analysis

 

Chapter 8: Post Processing & Report Creation

 

  1. Post Analysis Print Load Lists

Joint Displacement Member Forces

Support Reactions CG

 

 

Mode Shapes

 

Section Displacement Analysis Results

Member Stresses

 

Element Forces/Stresses

 

  1. Viewing Results
  2. Output File
  3. Post Processing Mode

 

 

Chapter 9: RCC Design

 

  1. General overview of Concrete Design As per IS 456:2000

 

  1. RCC Design Parameters in STAAD.Pro
  2. Design of Beams
  3. Design for Flexure
  4. Design for Shear
  5. Design of Columns
  6. Concrete Design Command
  7. Concrete Design Parameter Specification
  8. Concrete Take off Command
  9. Analysis and Design of G+3 RCC Framed Building using STAAD.Pro

 

 

 

Chapter 10: Steel Design

 

  1. General Overview of Steel Design as per IS 800

 

  1. Working / Allowable Stresses Design
  2. WSD Parameter Specifications
  3. Limit State Design
  4. LSD Parameter Specifications
  5. Member Selection Specifications
  6. Tabulated Results of Steel Design
  7. Analysis and Design of Structural Steel Framed Building using STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Analysis and Design of Structural Steel Truss Building using STAAD.Pro
  2. Analysis of Crane Girder using Moving Load Method

 

Chapter 11: Seismic Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Seismic Analysis

 

  1. Earthquake Loading in Structures / Buildings
  2. Earthquake Load Generation using Static Method as per IS 1893
  3. Earthquake Load Generation using Response Spectrum Method as per IS 1893

 

Chapter 12: Wind Load Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Wind Loads

 

  1. Introduction to Wind Loads as per IS 875 Part III
  2. Application of Wind Loading in STAAD.Pro

 

Chapter 13: Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

 

  1. Use of Finite Element Analysis in Structural Analysis

 

  1. Plate Analysis

 

Chapter 14: Analysis of Water Tank

 

  1. Introduction to Various Types of Loadings in Water Tanks

 

  1. Analysis of Underground Circular and Rectangular Water Tank
  2. Analysis of Circular and Rectangular Water Tank Resting on Ground
  3. Analysis of Circular and Rectangular Overhead Water tank
  4. Analysis of Cantilever Retaining Wall

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Analysis of each of above type of structure using STAAD FEM and design using IS: 3370.

 

Chapter 15: Analysis of Miscellaneous Structures Using FEM

 

  1. Analysis of combined footing and raft using FEM in STAAD

 

  1. Analysis of complex Pile caps using FEM in STAAD
  2. Analysis miscellaneous slabs such as irregular shaped, slabs with openings etc.
  3. Analysis of each of above type of structure using STAAD FEM and design using IS: 3370

 

Chapter 16: Analysis of Framed Machine Foundation using Time History Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Time History Analysis

 

  1. Analysis of Turbine, Pump Foundation using Time History Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Course Curriculum (Duration: 120 Hrs.)

 

Chapter 1: Before you start using Bentley STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Understanding Unit Conversion Tables

 

  1. Overview of Structural Design & Analysis
  2. Stresses and Stains
  3. Shear Force & Bending Moment Diagrams
  4. Introduction to Types of Structures
  5. Overview of Steel, Concrete and Foundation Design

 

  1. Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

 

Chapter 2: Introduction to STAAD.Pro

 

  1. About Bentley STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Starting STAAD.Pro
  2. Graphical User Interface
  3. Starting a New Project

 

  1. Working with User Interface: Menu Bars

 

Tool Bars Tabs

Snap Node / Beam Window Data Area

 

Main Window

 

  1. Opening and Existing Project
  2. Saving a Project
  3. Configuring Units
  4. Keyboard Shortcuts
  5. Importing Model in STAAD.Pro
  6. Coordinate Systemes

 

Chapter 3: Structural Modeling

 

  1. Adding Beams using Tools

 

  1. Creating Beams (Colinear, Along Axes)
  2. Creating Plates
  3. Creating Surfaces
  4. Creating Solid Elements
  5. Creating Structure
  6. Stretching and Intersecting Members
  7. Merging Members and Nodes

 

  1. Renumbering Nodes, Members and Elements
  2. Splitting and Breaking Beams
  3. Cutting Sections

 

Chapter 4: Material Constants and Section Properties

 

  1. Material Constants

 

  1. Creating and Editing Material Properties

 

  1. Assigning Materials to the Structure

 

  1. Orthotropic Materials

 

  1. Section Properties

Prismatic Sections Tapered Sections Steel Sections

Steel Joist and Joist Girders Plate/Surface Thickness

 

 

Chapter 5: Member Specifications and Supports

 

  1. Node Specification

 

  1. Member Specifications Release

 

Offset

 

Property Reduction factors Cable

Truss

 

Compression Tension

 

Inactive

 

  1. Plate Specifications Release

 

Ignore Inplane Rotation Plane Stress

  1. Supports:

 

Fixed Pinned

 

Fixed But Enforced

Enforced But

 

Multilinear Spring Foundation

Inclined

 

Tension/Compression Only Springs

 

 

Chapter 6: Loads

 

  1. Types of Loads: Self Weight, Nodal, Member, Area, Floor, Plate, Surface and Solid,

 

  1. Load Generation
  2. Load Combinations

 

Chapter 7: Performing Analysis

 

  1. Pre Analysis

 

Problem Statistics Joint Coordinates Member Information Material Properties Support Information

 

Element & Solid Information

 

  1. Performing Analysis

 

Chapter 8: Post Processing & Report Creation

 

  1. Post Analysis Print Load Lists

Joint Displacement Member Forces

Support Reactions CG

 

 

Mode Shapes

 

Section Displacement Analysis Results

Member Stresses

 

Element Forces/Stresses

 

  1. Viewing Results
  2. Output File
  3. Post Processing Mode

 

 

Chapter 9: RCC Design

 

  1. General overview of Concrete Design As per IS 456:2000

 

  1. RCC Design Parameters in STAAD.Pro
  2. Design of Beams
  3. Design for Flexure
  4. Design for Shear
  5. Design of Columns
  6. Concrete Design Command
  7. Concrete Design Parameter Specification
  8. Concrete Take off Command
  9. Analysis and Design of G+3 RCC Framed Building using STAAD.Pro

 

 

 

Chapter 10: Steel Design

 

  1. General Overview of Steel Design as per IS 800

 

  1. Working / Allowable Stresses Design
  2. WSD Parameter Specifications
  3. Limit State Design
  4. LSD Parameter Specifications
  5. Member Selection Specifications
  6. Tabulated Results of Steel Design
  7. Analysis and Design of Structural Steel Framed Building using STAAD.Pro

 

  1. Analysis and Design of Structural Steel Truss Building using STAAD.Pro
  2. Analysis of Crane Girder using Moving Load Method

 

Chapter 11: Seismic Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Seismic Analysis

 

  1. Earthquake Loading in Structures / Buildings
  2. Earthquake Load Generation using Static Method as per IS 1893
  3. Earthquake Load Generation using Response Spectrum Method as per IS 1893

 

Chapter 12: Wind Load Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Wind Loads

 

  1. Introduction to Wind Loads as per IS 875 Part III
  2. Application of Wind Loading in STAAD.Pro

 

Chapter 13: Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

 

  1. Use of Finite Element Analysis in Structural Analysis

 

  1. Plate Analysis

 

Chapter 14: Analysis of Water Tank

 

  1. Introduction to Various Types of Loadings in Water Tanks

 

  1. Analysis of Underground Circular and Rectangular Water Tank
  2. Analysis of Circular and Rectangular Water Tank Resting on Ground
  3. Analysis of Circular and Rectangular Overhead Water tank
  4. Analysis of Cantilever Retaining Wall

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Analysis of each of above type of structure using STAAD FEM and design using IS: 3370.

 

Chapter 15: Analysis of Miscellaneous Structures Using FEM

 

  1. Analysis of combined footing and raft using FEM in STAAD

 

  1. Analysis of complex Pile caps using FEM in STAAD
  2. Analysis miscellaneous slabs such as irregular shaped, slabs with openings etc.
  3. Analysis of each of above type of structure using STAAD FEM and design using IS: 3370

 

Chapter 16: Analysis of Framed Machine Foundation using Time History Analysis

 

  1. Introduction to Time History Analysis

 

  1. Analysis of Turbine, Pump Foundation using Time History Analysis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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