Autodesk Robot 2016 Tutorial. Steel. Level IV.
For Seismic and Modal Spectrum Analysis in Steel Structures.
The Modal Spectrum Analysis is an Advantageous method for determining the displacements and forces in elements of a structural system. This method implies the calculation of the maximum displacement values and accelerations one each mode using a design spectrum. And which represents the average of the spectrum answer for several types of seismic.
Autodesk Robot provides a full quadratic combination (CQC method), which considers a correlation between maximum modal values. In this fashion, the most probable displacement and force values affecting the structure are obtained.
Autodesk Robot utilizes the Newmark-Hall method for the construction of an elastic spectrum design form the type of soil and maximum accelerations, speed and soil displacements. And in this fashion obtaining a series of load cases and combinations, thus allowing the engineer to review the design and obtain a truly seismic resistant structure according to the desire design codes and regulations.
Autodesk Robot possesses on of the most advanced and friendly structural analysis interfaces, allowing to work with virtually any design code and regulation from around the world.
Furthermore, Autodesk Robot will automatically design and calculate the connections between each member of the structure, based upon different load cases and combinations, for both static and dynamic load cases.
Valid for 2017 versions.
Valid for both American and Eurocodes Metric&Imperial Systems*
During this step by step course you will learn:
- Seismic and Spectrum Modal Analysis in Steel Structures of Completed Buildings.
- Static and Dynamic Analysis.
- Analysis and Design of Sections and Connections.
- Advanced Wind Load and Seismic Simulation.
- Modal Spectrum Analysis.
- Automatic Generation of Drawings and Layouts.
- Automatic Generation of Calculation Notes.
- Professional Online Consultancy for all the topics covered in this course.
*Autodesk RSA can be configured and adapted to any given Design Code included the American and Eurocodes and for which the respective sections / profiles databases are included!