SAP 2000

SAP stands for Structural Analysis Program which is used by Civil Engineers for the analysis and design of structures. SAP 2000 has both 2D and 3D features. Learn SAP 2000 at one of the best training centers, IT Training Nepal located at Putalisadak, Kathmandu. SAP 2000 provides structural components which help to design the beam and column of the structure. Normally SAP 2000 is used for all types of general structures like residential buildings, stadiums, water tanks, chimneys, and so on. In this course, we will learn to do the analysis of the residential building. Moreover, SAP 2000 can be used to calculate the Seismic Weight and self-weight of a building easily.

Who can join SAP 2000 training?

Anybody who is interested to learn structural analysis can join the course however mostly civil engineers and structural engineers who want to develop their careers in structural analysis and the design of buildings are interested in this course.

Pre-Requisites for Joining SAP 2000

Basic knowledge of computer and structural design.

Duration : 1.5 Months

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Introduction to Course

  • Analysis of a Simply Supported Beam
  • Analysis of Truss
  • Reading the Architectural Drawing
  • Defining the Grids
  • Defining the Sectional Properties
  • Modeling of The Building
  • Modeling of Staircase
  • Staircase Correction
  • Lowering Tie Beam
  • Modeling Beam
  • Modeling of Shear Wall
  • Defining Loads
  • Application of Wall Load
  • Application of Parapet Wall Load
  • Application of Floor Finish Load
  • Application of Partition Load
  • Application of Live Load
  • Application of Staircase Load
  • Application of Roof Live Load
  • Application of Earthquake Load (Method1)
  • Application of Earthquake Load (Method2)
  • Application of Earthquake Load (Method3)
  • Defining Mass Source
  • Defining Diaphragm
  • Meshing the Slab
  • Defining Load Combination
  • Analyzing the Structure
  • Designing the Structure
  • Time Period Derivation in SAP2000
  • Introduction
  • Rebar Percentage
  • P-M-M Interaction Ratio
  • Beam-Column Capacity Ratio
  • Joint Shear Capacity Ratio
  • Story Shear Check
  • Detailing of Column Longitudinal bars
  • Detailing of Column Lateral Ties
  • Detailing of Beam Longitudinal Bars
  • Detailing of Beam Stirrups
  • Background
  • Changing the Insertion Point
  • Changing the End Length Offset
  • Design
  • Introduction
  • Defining Gravity Load
  • Define Pushover Load
  • Assign Hinges to the Beam
  • Assign Hinges to the Column
  • More Information regarding on Hinges
  • Analyze Structure and study analysis result
  • Generate and Study Pushover Curve
  • Introduction
  • Define Response Spectrum Function
  • Define Response Spectrum Load Cases
  • Modify Scale Factor
  • Analysis and Design
  • Extract Data from SAP to Design Footing
  • Export Analysis and Design Data to Excel
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