Civil Track



AutoCad 2016 (2D) 32 Hrs


  • Taking the AutoCAD tour
    • Navigating the Working  Environment
    • Working with Files
    • Displaying Objects
  • Creating Basic Drawings
    • Inputting  Data
    • Creating Basic Objects
    • Using Object Snaps
    • Using Polar Tracking and Polar Snap
    • Using Object Snap Tracking
    • Working with Units
  • Manipulating Objects
    • Select Objects in Drawings
    • Changing an Object’s Position
    • Creating New Objects from Existing Objects
    • Changing the Angle of an Object’ s Position
    • Create a Mirror image for  Existing Objects
    • Create Object Patterns
    • Changing an Object’s Size
  • Drawing Organization and Inquiry Commands
    • Using Layers
    • Changing Object Properties
    • Matching Object Properties
    • Using the Properties Palette
    • Using Line types
    • Using Inquiry Commands
  • Altering Objects
    • Trimming and Extending Objects to Define Boundaries
    • Creating Parallel and Offset Geometry
    • Joining Objects
    • Breaking an Object into Two Objects
    • Appling a Radius Corner to Two Objects
    • Creating an Angled Corner Between Two Objects
    • Changing Part Of an Object Shape
  • Working with Layout
    • Using Layouts
    • Using Viewports
  • Annotating the Drawing
    • Creating Multiline Text
    • Creating Single Line Text
    • Using Text Styles
    • Editing Text
  • Dimensioning
    • Creating Dimensions
    • Using Dimension Styles
    • Editing Dimensions
    • Using Multileaders
  • Hatching Objects
    • Hatching Objects
    • Editing Hatch Objects
  • Working with Reusable Content
    • Using Blocks
    • Working with DesignCenter
    • Using Tool Palettes
  • Creating Additional Drawing Objects
    • Working with Polylines
    • Creating Splines
    • Creating Ellipses
    • Using  Tables
  • Plotting Drawings
    • Using Page Setups
    • Plotting Drawings
  • Drawing objects
    • Creating and Editing Multilines
    • Creating Revision Clouds
    • Wipeout Objects
    • Boundaries
    • Regions
  • Manipulating Objects and Data
    • Selecting  Objects with Quick Select
    • Purging Objects
    • Working with Point Objects
    • Divide and Measuring Objects
    • Using QuickCalc for performing Calculations
  • Dimensioning and Annotation
    • Introduction to Annotation Scaling
    • Controlling Annotation Scale
    • Working with Text
    • Using Multileaders
    • Dimensioning
    • Creating Center Marks
    • Creating Ordinate Dimensions
    • Creating Geometric Dimensions and Tolerances
    • Working with Dimension Substyles and Overrides
  • Reusable Content
    • Using DesignCenter
    • Create Custom Tool Palettes
    • Organizing Tool Palettes
    • Sharing Tool Palettes
    • Using External References
    • Managing  External References
    • Referencing Non Native File Type
  • Blocks and Attributes
    • Working with Blocks
    • Creating Attributes
    • Editing Attributes
  • Dynamic Blocks
    • Using Dynamic Blocks
    • Adding Parameters to Dynamic Blocks
    • Adding Actions to Dynamic Blocks
    • Using Parameter Sets
    • Creating Dynamic Blocks
  • Layer Management and Best Practices
    • Working with Layer Filters
    • Using the Layer States Manager
    • Using Layer Standards
  • Layout and Views
    • Creating Layouts
    • Modifying Layout and Using Page Setups
    • Creating Layout and Viewports
    • Working with Layout Viewports
    • Controlling Object Visibility in Layout Viewports
  • Plotting
    • Working with Plotter Configuration Files
    • Creating and Applying Plot Style Tables
    • Publishing Drawings
  • Introduction to Sheet Sets
    • Creating Sheet Sets
    • Working with Sheet Sets
    • Setting Sheet Set Properties
    • Using Fields in Sheet Sets
    • Using Attributes in Sheet Sets
    • Publishing, Transmitting, and Archiving Sheet Sets
  • Working with Tables
    • Working with Table Styles
    • Creating and Editing Tables
    • Creating Advanced Tables
    • Extracting Attributes to Tables
    • Exporting and Importing Tables
    • Creating Table Linked to External Data

SAP level 1 32 Hrs

CHAPTER 1 Introduction to SAP 2000

  • Program levels and features

CHAPTER 2 The Structural Model

  • Units
  • Object and elements
  • Groups
  • Coordinate systems and Grids
  • Properties
  • Load cases
  • Functions
  • Analysis cases
  • Combinations
  • Design settings
  • Output and Display definitions

CHAPTER 3 The Graphical User interface

  • SAP 2000 screen
    • Main window
    • Menu bar
    • Toolbars
    • Display windows
    • Status bar
  • Using the mouse
  • Viewing options
    • 2D and 3D views
    • Perspective
    • Pan, zoom ,and 3D rotate
    • Limits
    • Element view options
    • Other options
    • Refreshing the display window
  • Basic operations
  • File operations
  • Defining named entities
  • Drawing
    • Drawing Objects
    • Snap tools
    • Drawing controls
  • Selecting
    • Selecting graphically
    • Selecting by features
    • Selecting by coordinates
    • Selecting using tables
  • Editing
  • Assigning
  • Undo and Redo
  • Analyzing
  • Displaying
    • Graphical displays
    • Model definitions
    • Analysis results
    • Function plots
    • Tabular displays
  • Designing
  • Locking and unlocking
  • Entering numerical data
  • Setting options

CHAPTER 4 Design Structural elements

  • Analysis of Beams
    • Edit Grids
    • Define of Beam Section
    • Draw the elements
    • Restrains
    • Loads
    • Display Options
    • Degree Of Freedom
    • Deflection
    • Straining Actions
    • Global Axis – Local Axis
    • Effect of Temperature
  • Analysis of Concrete and Steel Frames
    • Edit Grids
    • Define Frame Sections (R-section& T-section)
    • Draw the frame
    • Loads (Triangular Distributed load – Uniform Distributed load )
    • Load Combinations
    • Concentrated Moments-Loads
    • Degree of Freedom
    • Deformed Shape
    • Straining Actions
  • Analysis of Multi-Story Frames
    • Define Grid Data
    • Define Frames (internal column – external column – beams)
    • Draw Elements (columns – beams)
    • Replicate the model
    • Loads (Uniform Loads – joint loads)
    • Deformed Shapes
  • Analysis of Trusses
    • Define the grids
    • Define steel sections (Double angles-wide flange section)
    • Define (Upper-Lower chord & Diagonals & HeB-HBA)
    • Release for joints
    • Degree of freedom
    • Run the model
    • Show deformed shape
  • Show stresses ( Axial Force : Normal Force Diagram )


CHAPTER 5 Working with data tables

  • Classification of tabular data
    • Model definitions
    • Analysis results
    • Design results
  • Tables and fields
  • Uses of tabular data
    • Selecting using tables
    • Formatted tables for presentation
    • Structured database tables
  • Displaying tabular data
  • Printing tabular data
  • Custom report writer
  • Format control for display and printing
  • Interactive Table editing
  • Exporting Tabular data
  • Importing tabular data
  • Automatic export during save
  • Export during analysis
  • Tabular database file formats
    • Microsoft access data base
    • Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
    • Plain text file
Sap level 2 16 Hrs

CHAPTER Revision on Level 1 Sap2000

  • Design Beams
  • Design Frames
  • Design Multi-Story
  • Design Trusses


CHAPTER 2 The Analysis of Solid Slabs

  • Design a primary thickness with excel sheet
  • Get a primary straining actions with first principles
  • Define the slab shell
  • Define Area Sections
  • Edit Grids
  • Draw The slab
  • Joint Restrains
  • Load cases
  • Load combinations
  • Assign the loads
  • Mesh The Areas
  • Analyze
  • Straining Actions
  • Stresses
  • Reinforcement ( Mesh and additional )
  • Home work


CHAPTER 3 The Analysis of Paneled Beams

  • Design a primary thickness for each individual slab
  • Get a guide Bending Moment to check the Results ( Manual )
  • Edit Grids
  • Define the ( Slab , Beams )
  • Then Draw the area
  • Load Combination ( Ultimate-Working )
  • Define the girder beams and secondary beams
  • Analyze
  • Stress


Chapter 4 The Analysis of Hollow Blocks

  • Define of the Rips & Blocks & Solid part
  • Define The Main Criteria of Hollow Blocks
  • Edit Grids
  • Define properties of ( slabs & beams )
  • Mesh the Areas
  • Joint Restrains
  • Degree of Freedom
  • Analyze
  • Straining Actions
  • Reinforcement
  • Deflection


Chapter 5 The Analyze of Flat Slab

  • Get a primary thickness of the flat slab
  • Determine the allowable deflection
  • Columns ( required check punching )
  • Edit Grids
  • Define the ( Slabs – Beams )
  • Draw the areas
  • Mesh the areas
  • Check deflection
  • Check punching
  • Load cases – load combination
  • Loads
  • Analyze
  • Stress
  • Reinforcement

    Sap Project

  • 1-Steps of The Project
    • 1.1 Export From AutoCAD
    • 1.2 Statical System
    • 1.3 Define The Frames ( Slabs-Beams)
    • 1.4 Draw the area
    • 1.5 Mesh the area
    • 1.6 Join Restrains
    • 1.7 Load Cases _ Load Combinations
    • 1.8 Assign Loads
    • 1.9 Replicate The Floors
    • 1.10 Analyze
    • 1.11 Export The Columns
    • 1.12 Design The Columns
    • 1.13 Reinforcement
  • 2-Analyze of Raft
    • 2.1 Exports from AutoCAD
    • 2.2 Draw The Raft on Sap 2000
    • 2.3 Put The Springs to check bearing
    • 2.4 Reinforcement the Raft

Chapter 6 Analyze of Stairs (Two flight stair – Three flight stair-Helical Stairs)

  • Define the materials
  • 6.2 Define the frames
  • 6.3 Draw the levels
  • 6.4 Load cases – Load combination
  • 6.5 Loads
  • 6.6 Draw the areas
  • 6.7 Mesh the areas
  • 6.8 Analyze
  • 6.9 Straining Actions
  • 6.10 Reinforcement

Chapter 7 Lateral Loads (Wind Loads – Earth Quake Loads)


Chapter 8 Tanks

  • Edit the grids
  • Define The Frames ( Slabs-Beams)
  • Draw the area
  • Mesh the area
  • Join Restrains
  • Load Cases _ Load Combinations
  • Assign Loads
  • Replicate The Floors
  • Analyze
  • Reinforcement

 

Primavera 32 Hrs
  • Introduction to project management concept
  • Navigating
  • Creating a Organizational Breakdown Structure (OBS)
  • Creating a Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)
  • Project Structure
  • Creating a Project
  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)
  • Creating Calendar
  • Adding Activities
  • Creating Activity Codes
  • Maintaining the Project Documents Library
  • Creating Relationships
  • Scheduling
  • Adding Constraints
  • Formatting Data
  • Defining Resources
  • Assigning Resources and Costs
  • Analyzing Resources and Costs
  • Currency
  • Optimizing the Project Plan
  • Baselining the Project Plan
  • Project Execution and Control
  • Updating Progress
  • Filter
  • Formatting Bars
  • Import / Export
  • Project Profiles & Spreadsheets
  • Reporting Performance
  • Layout & Print

 

Workshops:

  • Creating a Work Breakdown Structure
  • Adding Activities
  • Creating Relationships
  • Scheduling
  • Viewing Schedule Data
  • Assigning Resources and Costs
  • Analyzing Resources and Costs
  • Updating the Schedule
Revit Architecture Level 1 24 hrs
  • Introduction
  • Core Concepts
    • Introducing building information modeling (BIM)
    • Working in one model with many views
    • Understanding Revit element hierarchy
  • Getting Comfortable with the Revit Environment
    • Using the Recent Files screen and the Application menu
    • Using the Ribbon and the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT)
    • Understanding context ribbons
    • Using the Project Browser and navigating views
    • Using the Properties palette
    • Selection and modification basics
    • Accessing Revit options
  • Starting a Project
    • Creating a new project
    • Understanding the importance of template files
    • Understanding project settings
    • Opening and saving projects
    • Adding levels
    • Adding grids
    • Adding columns
  • Modeling Basics
    • Adding walls
    • Using snaps
    • Understanding wall properties and wall types
    • Locating walls
    • Using the modify tools
    • Adding doors and windows
    • Using constraints
    • Using Autodesk Seek
  • Links, Imports, and Groups
    • Working with DWG files
    • Understanding CAD inserts
    • Creating a group
    • Working with Revit links
    • Managing links
  • Sketch-Based Modeling Components
    • Working with floors
    • Working with footprint roofs
    • Working with extrusion roofs
    • Working with stairs
    • Working with railings
    • Working with ceilings
  • Complex Walls
    • Creating a custom basic wall type
    • Understanding stacked walls
    • Adding curtain walls
    • Adding curtain grids, mullions, and panels
    • Creating wall sweeps
  • Visibility and Graphic Controls
    • Using object styles
    • Working with visibility - graphic overrides
    • Using Hide – Isolate
  • Rooms
    • Adding rooms
    • Controlling room numbering
    • Understanding room bounding elements
  • Schedules and Tags
    • Understanding tags
    • Adding schedules
    • Modifying schedule
  • Annotation and Details
    • Adding text
    • Adding dimensions
    • Adding detail items
  • The Basics of Families
    • Understanding families
    • Adding new families
    • Deleting families from project
  • Sheets, Plotting, and Publishing
    • Adding sheets
    • Working with placeholder sheets
    • Outputting sheets to a DWF file
    • Exporting to AutoCAD
    • Plotting and creating a PDF
  • Revit Architecture Advanced 16 hrs
    • Site and Topography
      • Creating in-place mass object
      • Creating and modifying mass objects
      • Adding a site within Revit
      • Splitting the surface
      • Creating subregions
      • Adding site components
      • Adding building pads to displace earth
      • Creating a toposurface by instance
      • Creating a graded region
    • Creating Families
      • Creating a basic family
      • Using a complex family
      • Creating an in-place family
    • Rendering and Presentation
      • Creating new Materials
      • Inserting light components
      • Creating an exterior rendering
      • Interior rendering
      • Creating walkthroughs
      • Creating a solar study
    • Importing and Coordinating Revit Models
      • Linking a Revit Structure model
      • Activating Copy Monitor
      • Running interference detection
    • Project Collaboration
      • Enabling and utilizing work sharing
      • Working in the Revit shared environment
    • Phasing and Design Options
      • Managing project phasing
      • Creating an existing phasing plan
      • Demolishing components
      • Examining phase filters
      • Creating design options
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