Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional Software Training Abuja, Nigeria

Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis :From Beginning to Pro Learn full building Design with seismic Analysis using Robot Structural Analysis Professional

This Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Software Training course in Abuja, Nigeria is created by highly experienced Structural Engineer using Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional .

You will learn everything from the Basic to the Advance level using the latest version of Robot structural Analysis Professional 2021.

This is a structural load analysis software that verifies code compliance and uses BIM (Building Integrated Modelling) to integrated workflows to exchange data with REVIT. It can help you to create more resilient, constructible designs that are accurate, coordinated and connected to BIM. Other software of Autodesk that are compatible with it include revit, autocad, advance steel and more.

Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Software Training Abuja, Nigeria

Advantages of using Robot Structural Analysis Professional .

  • BIM-integrated workflows
  • Wind load simulations
  • Extensive analysis capabilities such as test static, modal and nonlinear structures.
  • Finite element auto-meshing
  • Enhanced country-specific design standards, building codes in imperial or metric to support code-checking.

It is suitable for engineers who require structural analysis solution that allows them model, analyze and design a range of materials such as steel structures and concrete structure to eurocodes, American codes and british standard amongst others.

Structural design, calculation sheets and graphical representation of structures both two and three dimensional with relevant codes peculiar to diverse zones and countries can be achieved with ease and high precision and definite accuracy.

Robot allows engineers to design their structural elements to many codes such as

  • Combinations
  • Climate loads
  • Reinforced concrete design
  • Steel design
  • Timber design
  • Geotechnical design
  • Seismic loads

Other software in the same category as robot but equally similar are ETABS and STAAD Pro.

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to do the following.

  1. Extract drawings and model from autocad and revit models.
  2. Creating a new structural model from scratch in 3dimension
  3. Analysis structures in standard codes based on the area and have result of the analysis.
  4. Print outs and saving the robot file to be viewed later or different soft wares.
  5. Run different simulations and animations of the analysis.
  6. Generate ideal structures either timber, steel or reinforced concrete.

Robot Structural Analysis Professional is a structural load analysis software that verifies code compliance and uses BIM (building information modelling) integrated workflows to exchange data with other Autodesk Softwares like Autocad and Revit. It can help you to create more resilient, constructible designs that are accurate, o-ordinated and connected to BIM.

Robot Structural Analysis Professional Training Course Outline

  1. Start a project
    1. start a project using templates
    1. preferable general or specific structures
    1. touring the user interface
    1. linking from revit structures, autocad
  2. Units
    1. Job preferences
    1. Metric and imperial settings
    1. Standard loading conditions
  3. Creating Grids from structure axises
    1. Creating X, Y and Z grids
    1. Naming levels and grids
  4. Inserting columns
    1. Creating different types of columns
  5. Modify Reinforced Concrete Column Sections
  6. Modify Steel Column Sections
  7. Rotating Columns
  8. Copy and Moving Columns
  9. Inserting Columns Beams
  10. Inserting Steel Beams
  11. Rotating Beams
  12. 3D Views
  13. Layouts
  14. Mirroring
  15. Inserting Rectangular Floors
  16. Creating Floors using contours
  17. Creating Floor Opening
  18. Inserting Concrete Walls
  19. Inserting Core Walls
  20. Grid step definition
  21. Load Types
  22. Load Definition and Display
  23. Nodal Loads
  24. Bar Loads
  25. Surface Loads
  26. Removing Loads
  27. Automatic Load Combination
  28. Manual Load Combination
  29. Creating a finite element mesh
  30. Performing a sample analysis
  31. Configure code group for design
  32. Updating a model with robot
  33. The result manager
  34. Saving a robot file
  35. Colour markings and Legends