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Course Objective:-

In the modern Era, where bigger cities in India are going for Multi-Storey & Sky-Scrapper buildings; exposure of every Civil engineer to the exciting world of Structural softwares is essential. The aim of this course is to impart a professional / practical knowledge about RCC design of Multi-storey buildings and to have rigorous practical working on national / international structural design softwares. At the end of the course, the participants are expected to

  • Have an overall understanding of the behaviour of structure under various loads and design concepts.
  • Understand professional approach of analysing & designing of structures on various National & International structural analysis and design softwares.
  • Even a diploma site engineers shall be able to design a Multi-storey RCC building with seismic analysis on computers and construct durable buildings.
Participants :-

The course is designed for -

  • Structural Engineers / Consultants / Designers
  • Contractors / Site Engineers
  • Civil Engineers from various Govt./Semi Govt. departments / Private sectors.
  • Civil Engineering students / Fresh Civil Engineers who intend to work in Strucutral Engineering.
Course Structure :-
Theory classes                -    45 Hours
Practical sessions             -    25 Hours
Film shows & Site Visits     -    05 Hours
 
Course Schedule :-
The course is scheduled from 21st June to 3rd Aug. Course will run under Weekend Program WP) module i.e. 2 days a week -
          Saturday 14:30 to 18:30 Hrs. & Sunday 09.30 to 18:00 Hrs.
 
Course Faculty :-
The course will be conducted by -
Professional Engineers and Eminent Faculty members from Engineering Colleges
 
Methods of Assessment :-
  • Course Evaluations by Participants
  • Graded Objective type Examinations
  • Feedback from Participants During Lab Sessions
  • Instructor / Faculty Judgment  
Certificate :-
The said course is approved by CIDC ( Construction Industry Development Council  Set up by Planning commission, Govt. of India ) Participants who successfully complete the course  will be awarded  a  certificate jointly by SEA and CIDC.
 
Course Contents :-
  • Concrete and Reinforcing Steel  Properties and composite behaviour
  • Design Philosophies  - Limit State Method
  • Structural forms, stages in structural planning (Introduction to structural designing )
  • Requirements of IS  456  2000 such as Materials, Curing, Grades of Cement, Types of reniforcement, Propping period, Fire  safety, Construction / sway joints
  • Material and loads
  • Behaviour of members - limit state theory - Flexure / Shear / Bond
  • Design of members - Slab, Beam, Column & Footing, effective spans , torsion on beams
  • Soil Investigation, Bearing capacity, effects of settlement & Foundation Design
  • Elastic analysis of building frame  a) Substitute frame b) Grid frame c) Plane frame      d) Space frame
  • Earthquake Engineering - overview
  • Structural behaviour under lateral load & Seismic Design of R.C. Frames
  • Dynamic Analysis - Introduction
  • Seismic Design of Shear Walls
  • Introduction and working on Structural Analysis & Design softwares
  • Analysis & Design of P + 15 Multi-storey residential apartments with earthquake analysis using computer software
  • Overview  &  study of  Various  IS codes
  • Detailing of reinforcement as per IS codes 456  2000 & IS 13920 - 1983.
  • Do's and Don'ts in  RCC Design
  • Film show on “Earthquake Hazard”
  • Site Visit - Checking of slab shuttering, reinforcement & concrete mix - A Structural aspect
 
Course Fees :-

The Course fees will be as under -

Registration before 18th June, 08         - Rs. 17000/-    
Registration after 18th June, 08            - Rs. 17500/-    

 

Special Discount price for student/

just passed out student                  - Rs. 14000/- 

 

Group  Discount  ( Group of 10 )           - 10 %
Group  Discount  ( Group of 5 )             - 5 %

 

Course Fees includes :-

Course Material, Lab demonstration,  Lunch, Tea  and Site visit Transportation

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