Introduction to STAAD PRO

STAAD or (STAAD.Pro) is a structural analysis and design computer program which was developed by Research Engineers International at Yorba Linda, CA in 1997. Research Engineers International was bought by Bentley Systems in late 2005. 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 designing 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.

Course Content and Syllabus for STAAD PRO Training in Allahabad

  • Module 01: Introduction of Staad Pro
  • Module 02: Salient Features
  • Module 03: Hardware Requirements
  • Module 04: Staad Pro Screen information
  • Module 05: Overview of Structural Analysis and Design
  • Module 06: Types of Structures
  • Module 07: Idealization of Structures
  • Module 08: Various Unit Systems
  • Module 09: Coordinate Systems
  • Module 10: Staad Commands and Input Instructions
  • Module 11: Command Formats
  • Module 12: Free Formatting Input Commenting Input Meaning of Underlining in the Manual
  • Module 13: Problem Initiation and Title
  • Module 14: What are Nodes, Beams, and Plates
  • Module 15: How things are done in the Input File
  • Module 16: STRUCTURAL MODELING
  • Module 17: Geometry Creation Methods
  • Module 18: Using Structure Wizard
  • Module 19: Things you can do in Structure Wizard
  • Module 20: Drafting the Geometry using a Snap / Grid
  • Module 21: Viewing
  • Module 22: Selecting
  • Module 23: Using Selecting While viewing 3D Geometry
  • Module 24: Joint Coordinate Specification
  • Module 25: Graphical User Interface
  • Module 26: Member Incidence Specification
  • Module 27: Graphical User Interface
  • Module 01: Introduction
  • Module 02: Translation Repeat
  • Module 03: Add Beams between midpoints
  • Module 04: Add beams by perpendicular intersection
  • Module 05: Connect beams along an Axis
  • Module 06: Insert Node
  • Module 07: Circular Repeat
  • Module 08: Cut Section
  • Module 09: Undo / Redo
  • Module 10: Dimensioning
  • Module 01: Material Specification
  • Module 02: Member Property Specifications
  • Module 03: Member Orientation Specifications
  • Module 04: MEMBER
  • Module 05: Inactive / Delete Specifications
  • Module 06: Listing of Members / Joints by Specifications of Groups
  • Module 07: Member Tension / Member Compression Specifications
  • Module 08: Global Support Specifications
  • Module 09: Member Offset
  • Module 10: Member Release Specifications
  • Module 11: Member Truss Specifications
  • Module 12: Curved Member Specifications
  • Module 13: Member Cable Specifications
  • Module 01: Loading Specifications
  • Module 02: Self weight Loading Specifications
  • Module 03: Area Load / Floor Load Specifications (Area Load & Floor Load)
  • Module 04: Member Load Specifications
  • Module 05: Load Combination Specifications
  • Module 01: Analysis Specifications
  • Module 02: Print Specifications
  • Module 03: Dynamic Analysis
  • Module 04: Report Generation
  • Module 01: Introduction
  • Module 02: First Steps
  • Module 01: Concrete Design As per IS 456
  • Module 02: Design of Beams (Flexure & Shear)
  • Module 03: Design of Columns
  • Module 04: Concrete Design Specifications
  • Module 05: Concrete Design Parameter Specification
  • Module 06: Concrete Design Command
  • Module 07: Concrete Take of
  • Module 08: Concrete Design Terminator
  • Module 09: Interactive Design o Beam Brief o Column Brief
  • Module 01: Steel Design As per IS 800
  • Module 02: Allowable Stresses
  • Module 03: Parameter Specifications
  • Module 04: Code Checking Specifications
  • Module 05: Member Selection Specifications
  • Module 06: Tabulated Results Of Steel Design
  • Module 07: Interactive Designs

Summer & Winter Training For Civil Engineering Students

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  • Job Oriented Training Program as per Demands of current Industry
  • An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institute
  • Training Material, Code Documents, Project Case Study and Technical Drawing.
  • Faculty members have 5 to 10 year of Industrial experience
  • Preparation for Interview and Career Consulting.

Eligibility of STAAD PRO Training

  • B.Tech/BE in Civil/Structural Engineering
  • Diploma in Civil/Structural Engineering
  • Master in Civil/Structural Engineering

CAREER SCOPE OF STAAD PRO


STAAD. Pro is one of the advanced tools used by the Civil Engineers for structural analysis of the designs in the Real State , Building & Construction. As the sector is growing, so, the demand for well skilled Civil Engineering professionals has also increased. The industry expects the candidates to be familiar with the latest technology used related to structural designing, but the students fail to meet the industry requirements. In order to make impact in the industry, students must undergo proper training programs from reputed institutes in various designing software.

STAAD.Pro Training Program can effectively help in shaping the career of the Civil Engineering students as this will make them technically more confident and secure. The training at BESTECH SOLUTIONS acquaints them with the various features of the STAAD.Pro software, so that they can use their skill in the related industries. This training acts as a booster for their engineering career.

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