SkyCiv Structural Engineering for Students: Reinf. Concrete
- Course provided by Udemy
- Study type: Online
- Starts: Anytime
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SkyCiv Structural Engineering for Students: Reinforced Concrete will either re-enforce topics you have learned in class or help you grasp new ones that aren't covered. One of the main goals of the course is to use real examples to help you bridge the gap from college coursework to the industry, as well as expose you to topics that aren't usually covered in undergraduate curriculum. If you have never been used structural engineering software, this course will give you a great idea of the ideal workflows used in practice through the use of the SkyCiv platform.
If you want to work alongside the examples in this course as well as the other courses, you can complete the majority of tasks with a SkyCiv Student Account, which you can sign up for directly from the SkyCiv website.
The main component of this course includes walking through the modeling, loading, and analysis of a 2 dimensional concrete moment frame, all with the SkyCiv software suite. At the end of the analysis phase of the project, there is a “What’s Next” section of lectures that will go through and expose you to concrete member and isolated footing design in accordance with ACI 318-14.The features used in those lectures are not available with a SkyCiv Student account.
Join us in learning how to use the SkyCiv platform to enhance and expand your current structural engineering knowledge! Make sure to check out the other SkyCiv courses if you found this interesting.
Who this course is for:
- Civil or Structural Engineering students trying to learn how to model and use structural engineering software
- Civil or Structural Engineering students trying to learn more about structural engineering industry workflow
- Civil or Structural Engineering students interested in underlying theoretical principles of structural analysis (FEA, Fixity, etc)
- Civil or Structural Engineering students wanting to learn how to use SkyCiv
- Civil or Structural Engineering students curious about reinforced concrete member design and foundation member design
- 02:16Introduction to the Course
- 06:16Intro, Modeling, and Sections
- 06:34Vertical Loads and Wind Load Generation
- 10:18Manual Wind Load Application
- 08:03Load Cases and Combinations, Solving, and Results
- 09:02What's Next? RC Member Design - Input Walkthrough and Layouts
- 03:44What's Next? RC Member Design - Forces and Load Combinations
- 08:41What's Next? RC Member Design - Design Checks and Reporting
- 13:27What's Next? Foundation Design - Input Walkthrough
- 07:17What's Next? Foundation Design - Design Checks and Reporting
SkyCiv is a new and exciting cloud based Structural Analysis and Design software. The software is powerful, easy to use and since it's online, there is nothing to download or install!
SkyCiv has put together a range of Udemy courses to help students and professional engineers excel in their industry and learn the software and skills they need to succeed.
All courses are free, so we hope you enjoy!
B.S. of Civil Engineering w/ Structural Emphasis grad from UW-Madison. After a couple of years working as a Structural Engineer-in-Training, I wanted to learn more about the software side of the industry. From there I was given an opportunity at my current workplace, SkyCiv Engineering, to use my industry knowledge to help bridge the gap between our software developers at the back end and the structural engineer at the front end.
My goal is to teach and inform undergraduate Civil or Structural Engineering students about fundamental principles in Structural Engineering through the use of a variety of media, including the SkyCiv software platform.
SkyCiv Structural Engineering for Students is a great series of courses because it will either re-enforce topics you have learned in class or help you grasp new ones that aren't covered. The goal of the course is to use real examples to help you bridge the gap from college coursework to the industry, as well as expose you to topics that aren't usually covered in undergraduate curriculum, such as concrete foundation and steel connection design.