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Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis: Steel and RC Design
Lecture    SE5425
Artur Kosakowski
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Description

In this class we will cover the workflow for design of steel and RC structures starting with building the best possible model for a task followed by assigning correct design parameters and finding the optimal steel section sizes or reinforcement arrangement.

Key Learnings

  • How to create a model of a structure that matches needs of the steel and RC design modules of Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Professional
  • How to define loads and load combinations to be correctly recognized in the design modules
  • Learn the principles of steel and concrete design modules and understand the influence of defined parameters on the design process
  • How to run concrete design of elements of a model

Speakers

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Artur Kosakowski is a Structural Engineer. He graduated from Cracow's University of Technology. He has been working as a Support Specialist since 1996 at Robobat and since 2008 at Autodesk supporting Robot’s users worldwide.
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