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Civil Engineering Software

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Overall Features of STAAD.Pro STAAD.Pro

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Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Methods of Structural Analysis Classical Method: for hand computation Slope Deflection Moment Distribution Three Moment Equation Kani’s Method Column Analogy Numerical Methods: for computer algorithm Matrix Operation Finite Element Application Gauss Jordan/ Newton Rapson Eigen Solution Response Spectrum

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Comparison Limitations of Hand Computation Methods Applicable for small problems Tedious for even medium sized problems 3-d analysis almost impossible Advantage for Invention of Computer Matrix methods of structural analysis Development of numerical techniques Finite element method Programming languages developed Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

Analysis & Design : 

Analysis & Design Basic Design Steel Concrete Dynamic analysis Psuedo static Response Spectrum Special Design Aluminum Timber Transmission Tower Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

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Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Structure Types d d d d d d d u d d u u u d u u Structural Types: GX GY GZ d X Y Z TRUSS (2D) TRUSS (3D) PLANE SPACE FLOOR

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Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Element Types Structural Elements Line Truss Beam Surface Plate/ Shell Surface Solid

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Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Fully Restrained Partially restrained w/ Springs Inclined Boundary Condition Partially Restrained

Static Analysis : 

Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Static Analysis Geometric Modeling Material Properties Sectional Properties Supports : Boundary Conditions Loads & Load combinations Special Commands Analysis Specification Design Command

Geometric Modeling : 

Geometric Modeling Nodal Co-ordinate Data Selection of Elements : Element Library Beam Elements : Beams, Columns, Truss Members Plate Elements : Structural Walls, Floor Slabs Plane Stress Elements : Shear Walls, Floor Slabs Acting As Rigid Diaphragm To Lateral Loading Solid Elements : Thick Raft, Block Foundations Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

Sectional & Material Properties : 

Sectional & Material Properties Beam Elements : Cross Section Plate Elements : Thickness Solid Elements : NIL Material means a set of: Modulus of Elasticity Poisson’s Ratio Weight Density Thermal Coefficient Damping Ratio Shear Modulus Geometric Constant Beta () Angle Reference Point Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

Plate Element Modeling : 

Plate Element Modeling Three Types: 3 Noded / Triangular 4 Noded / Quadrilateral Surface Element Surface Element: GUI + Input Generator Advanced Mesh Generator (from 2003) Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

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Axis & Sign Convention Overall Features of STAAD.Pro Local & Global Axis System for Member Depends on Connectivity Upward Global Axis


LOADS Self Weight Joint Loads Concentrated Load & Moments Support Displacement Loads Member Loads Uniform Force & Moment (Full / Partial) (d1, d2, d3) Concentrated Force & Moment (d1, d2) Floor Load & Area Load (new GX, GZ Floor Load) Linear Varying & Trapezoidal Load Pre-Stress / Post-Stress Load Hydrostatic Trapezoidal Load Temperature Load (x, y, z) Fixed End Load Overall Features of STAAD.Pro


LOADS Plate Element Loads Pressure (Full / Partial) Concentrated Force (x, y) Trapezoidal & Hydrostatic Trapezoidal Load Surface Element Pressure Generated Loads Wind Load Seismic Co-efficient Method Moving Load Dynamic Loads Time History Response Spectrum Combined Effect of Loads Combination (Algebraic, SRSS, ABS) Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

Earthquake Analysis (Pseudo-Static Method) : 

Earthquake Analysis (Pseudo-Static Method) IS 1893 –1984 Parameters: Basic Seismic Co-efficient (ZONE) Soil-Foundation Interaction Factor (ß) Importance Factor (I) Performance Factor (K) Time Period Calculation In-built Evaluation of Base Shear Distribution of Lateral Storey Forces Overall Features of STAAD.Pro

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Indian Steel Design Design Codes Supported (STAAD.Pro) IS: 800 (General Steel Design Code) IS: 801 (Cold Form Steel Design Code) IS: 802 (Steel Design Code for Transmission Line Towers) Standard Steel Sections (STAAD.Pro) SP: 6 (General Steel Sections) IS: 811 (Cold Formed Steel Sections)

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IS: 800 Considerations Allowable Stresses Axial Stress Tensile Stress (Cl. 4.1) Compressive Stress (Cl. 5.1.1) Bending Stress (Cl. 6.2.1) Shear Stress (Cl. 6.4) Combined Stress Axial Compression and Bending (Cl. 7.1.1) Axial Tension and Bending (Cl. 7.1.2) Stability Requirements Truss Members Deflection Check Slenderness Ratio Check

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