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Design the High Rise Buildings ( Level 1 )

Structural Engineering Systems and Software
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 15m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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In this level you will learn how to choose the correct structural system from a lot of structural forms, floors systems with collaboration with design software modeling techniques and designed codes .
This level is an introductory level, so if the student would like to continue the full course contents, they should follow all of course levels which are 3 levels .
At the end you will have the required information to start designing your first tower or skyscraper building with the acceptable values from designed codes .

You will learn

✓ In this course the engineers will learn how to use the technical software with required codes to achieve the optimal and safer design to the high rise buildings .
✓ To be structural designer


• Not mandatory but preferable a Previous knowledge of ( ETABS&SAFE ) software and ACI & ASCE & UBC codes .

This course is for

• The course for the structural engineers who are aiming to be a designers.
• Beginner & Experienced
Structural Design Engineer
A result oriented structural engineer with 7 years of extensive and diversified experience in design of residential, mixed use, retail, education and commercial building projects. Current level of experience has enabled me to grow as an overall structural  engineer utilizing my technical and analytical skills also at the same time contribute to the growth of the organization.Adept at modelling and analysis of high-rise building structures, design and detailing of the structural elements compliance with standard international design codes of practice  ( ACI, IBC, UBC, ASCE, BS, EU ) and shop-drawings
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 2h 15m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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