**Etabs Professional Course With 20 Story Building Design**

**ETABS Essentials for Professionals & Students from Basics to Advanced with 20-Storey Building Structural Design Workshop**

**What you'll learn**

Introduction to ETABS (User Interface, viewing options, definitions of keywords, shortcuts, tools and tips)

ETABS Basics (Difference between shell thin, thick membrane, Rigid & Semi-rigid diaphragm, Import grids, Concept of envelope with exercise

Defining Structural Properties (Define Grids circular and rectangular), Define frame members' sections, Define slab and wall sections)

Modelling Tools (Draw/replicate/viewing tools, hide/unhide elements with exercise, auto/manual meshing of slab and wall, Model reviewing options)

Additional Modelling tools (Creating selection groups, Merge multiple models)

Applying Loading (Define & assign load patterns, load cases, load combinations, seismic loads, wind loads, mass source, diaphragms, P-Delta options)

General Analysis & Design (Assign/draw slab strips (DDM), pier to walls, code preferences, Analysis results (Forces, deformation & stresses), Modal Analysis)

Reinforced Concrete Columns Design

Reinforced Concrete Beams Design

Reinforced Concrete Shear walls Design

Reinforced Concrete slabs (Flat slab with drop panels, Two way slab on Beams)

Serviceability and Irregularities (Seismic/Wind drifts, Torsional/Stiffness/Mass irregularity checks, Torsional Amplification, orthogonal combinations & limits)

Linear Dynamic Analysis (Introduction, Response spectrum analysis, Linear time history analysis, scaling of base shear, concepts, analysis procedure & results)

**Requirements**

Etabs licensed version 2016.2.1 Installed

Basic Knowledge of Structural Engineering

Basic knowledge of the codes limitations

**Description**

In this course you will learn ETABS software, a worldwide structural design software, starting from the basic modelling techniques in ETABS to exploring many available advanced options, techniques, tools and guides for reinforced concrete structural design with hands on parallel exercise on a 20-storey building for clearer concepts and understanding like no other.

The course is prepared with extreme care considering the best sequence of steps and topics for easy and proper learning .

Although the course is focused on ETABS, but the structural design concepts and steps are using ACI design code and ASCE loading code for references of parameters.

The course focuses on the design practice and knowledge utilized on professional level worldwide .

Here is a brief syllabus for the course ETABS user Interface, viewing options, definitions of keywords, shortcuts, tools and tips Difference between shell thin, thick and membrane, Rigid and Semi-rigid diaphragms, Import grids from Autocad/Revit, Concept of envelope (Exercise on moment, shear and axial force envelope) Defining rectangular, cylindrical grids, material properties, Frame sections, Define Slab and wall sections Modelling framing in ETABS (Draw beams, columns, slabs, walls and replicate on stories, using viewing tools, hide/unhide elements with exercise file, Automatic and manual meshing of slab and wall, Model reviewing, Creating selection groups, Merge multiple ETABS models) Applying Loading (Defining and assigning load patterns, load cases, load combinations, seismic loads (ASCE 7-10), mass source, Diaphragm, wind loads (ASCE 7-10), P-Delta options ) General Analysis and Design (Assign and draw slab strips (DDM), assign pier to walls, set code preferences, Analysis results (Forces, Deformation and stresses), Modal Analysis )Analysis and Design Results interpretation Analysis and design of reinforced concrete columns Analysis and design of reinforced concrete beams Analysis and design of reinforced concrete shear walls modelling and design Analysis and design of Flat plate slab, Flat slab with drop panels and Two-way slab on beams Analysis results and interpretation for forces, modelling errors and their solutions and displacements Serviceability and Irregularities (Seismic drift check, Wind drift check, Torsional irregularity check & Amplification, Stiffness irregularity check, Mass/Weight irregularity check and limits, orthogonal directional combinations)Linear Dynamic Analysis (What is LDP, concepts of dynamic analysis)Response Spectrum (Response spectrum analysis procedure, scaling of dynamic base shear and analysis results)Linear Time History analysis (Procedure, Importing seismograms to Etabs, Time history matching to site Response Spectrum, scaling of dynamic base shear, analysis results and why & when to use dynamic analysis)

**Overview**

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: ETABS Basics

Lecture 2 Lecture 2: Difference between shell thin and membrane type slab

Lecture 3 Lecture 3: What is envelope of forces

Lecture 4 Lecture 4: Importing grids

Lecture 5 Lecture 5 - Part 1/2: Defining Rectangular grids

Lecture 6 Lecture 5 - Part 2/2: Defining Circular grids

Section 3: Defining Structural Properties

Lecture 7 Lecture 6 - Defining Material Properties

Lecture 8 Lecture 7 - Defining Frame Sectional Properties

Lecture 9 Lecture 8 - Defining Shell Sectional Properties

Section 4: Modelling Tools

Lecture 10 Lecture 9 - Basic Structure Model

Lecture 11 Lecture 10 - Meshing of Walls

Lecture 12 Lecture 11 - Meshing of Slab

Section 5: Additional Modelling tools

Lecture 13 Lecture 12 - Model Viewing Options

Lecture 14 Lecture 13 - Creating Selection Groups

Lecture 15 Lecture 14 - Merge Models

Section 6: Applying Gravitational Loading

Lecture 16 Lecture 15 - Introduction to Structural Loads

Section 7: Structural Analysis and Design

Lecture 17 Lecture 16 - Slab Design Strips

Lecture 18 Lecture 17 - Wall Piers

Lecture 19 Lecture 18 - General Structural Analysis & Results

Lecture 20 Lecture 19 - Define Seismic Load

Lecture 21 Lecture 20 - Define Wind Load

Lecture 22 Lecture 21 - Design Preferences

Lecture 23 Lecture 22 - P-Delta Option

Section 8: Reinforced Concrete Columns

Lecture 24 Lecture 23 - Modal Analysis

Lecture 25 Lecture 24 - Linear Static Analysis Results

Lecture 26 Lecture 25 - Reinforced Concrete Columns Design

Section 9: Reinforced Concrete Beams

Lecture 27 Lecture 26 - Reinforced Concrete Beams Design

Section 10: Reinforced Concrete slabs

Lecture 28 Lecture 27 - 2-Way Flat Slab with Drop Panels

Lecture 29 Lecture 28 - 2-Way Slab on Beams

Section 11: Reinforced Concrete Shear walls systems

Lecture 30 Lecture - 29 - Reinforced Concrete Shear Wall Design

Section 12: Serviceability and Irregularities

Lecture 31 Lecture 30 - Seismic Drift Check and Limitations

Lecture 32 Lecture 31 - Torsional Irregularity/Overturning Check and Limitations

Lecture 33 Lecture 32 - Wind Drift Check and Limitations

Lecture 34 Lecture 33 - Stiffness Irregularity or Soft Story Check

Lecture 35 Lecture 34 - Story Center of Mass

Lecture 36 Lecture 35 - Mass or Weight Irregularity

Lecture 37 Lecture 36 - Story Center of Rigidity or Lateral stiffness

Lecture 38 Lecture 37 - Orthogonal Directional Load Combinations

Section 13: Linear Dynamic Analysis

Lecture 39 Lecture 38 - What is Linear Dynamic Analysis and it's types

Lecture 40 Lecture 39 - Introduction to Response Spectrum Analysis

Lecture 41 Lecture 40 - Response Spectrum Analysis Procedure

Lecture 42 Lecture 41 - Response Spectrum Analysis Results

Lecture 43 Lecture 42 - Introduction to Linear Time History Analysis

Lecture 44 Lecture 43 - Time History Analysis Procedure

Lecture 45 Lecture 44 - Time History Analysis Results

Structural Engineers seeking to become expert professionals in using ETABS,Civil Engineer,Structural Engineer,Design Engineer,Engineering Student

**Last updated 4/2023**

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