Basics of Structural Engineering & Analysis course

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Basics of Structural Engineering & Analysis course

Basics of Structural Engineering & Analysis course
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.47 GB | Duration: 3h 20m

From scratch, comprehensive knowledge of structural engineering and analysis of civil structural engineering course

What you'll learn
Basics of structural engineering course
Types of Loads, Forces, Elements
Shear force and Bending moment with theory and examples
Types of Beam, Slab and column
Support and reaction
Stress, Strain and their relationships
Examples of Young's Modulus, Stress & Strain
Learn about Truss
By taking this basic structural engineering course, users can learn all the fundamental concepts, theories about civil structural analysis with forces, load, structural members, Shear force, Bending moment and truss,

The following topics will be available for students to learn,

The Forces and loads on a structure

Types of structures in construction

All structural elements: Column, footing, beam, and slab.

Theory of Stress, Strain and their relationship

Young's Modulus or Modulus of Elasticity

Shear force and bending moment diagram and examples

Types of Loading and support reactions.

Calculations of reactions of diff types of the beam.

Learn Truss and their types.

A Fundamental structural engineering course is the best course to learn from the ground up about structural engineering. This includes structural analysis, design, and complete knowledge about structural engineering.

Students learning structural engineering for the first time will experience a number of key topics in this structural analysis course. The course focuses on the topics that students often find the most challenging to learn when they are just getting started.

Furthermore, I have studied how our models of structural behavior translate into the real world and also addressed the link between theory and practice. The best structural or civil engineers know the limits of their models. Therefore, we'll be emphasizing the difference between model prediction and the real-world behavior of structures in this course.

Who this course is for
Civil Engineers
Structure Engineers
Civil Students and teachers