Course duration: 30 days
The objective of Rcc manual designs course is to emphasize students more on academic knowledge using IS codes, In this course students will learn how to design the various Structural components by following codal provisions. Due to lack of academic knowledge in today’s world everyone is dependent on Software’s but to verify the solutions from software this Rcc manual designs course is very essential.
- CISTOCADD provides best training for Rcc manual designs Training in Hyderabad by best expertise.
Rcc manual designs Course Objectives
After the successful completion of this course on Rcc manual design course student will capable of
- Able to understand the behaviour of the structural member under the applied loads.
- To design the structural members using IS codes
- Compare the solutions provided by software with Manual calculations.
Who can opt this course?
CISTOCADD is the only best institute at Rcc manual designs Training Institute in Hyderabad to enhance knowledge in this Structural Engineering world, it is the fastest emerging technology these days and this course will be given by the Real Time Industry Professionals. The entire Rcc manual designs Training in Hyderabad is offered in the flexible timings only as per the student’s convenience. After the course completion, candidates will become expert in analysing and designing frames. All the interested candidates can opt this course to enhance their career graph.
- Candidates who have completed Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering.
- Candidates who have completed training in any one of Structural design software.
Introduction to RCC members
Introduction to Materials
Different methods to design of RCC members
Concept of Working Stress method
Concept of Limit State method
LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE: FLEXURE
- Design of Flexural members (Bending members)
- Design of Doubly reinforced members
- Design for Shear and Torsion
- Deflection check
- Design of Slabs and Stair cases
LIMIT STATE OF COLLAPSE: COMPRESSION
- Design of Columns
Design of Soil Retaining structures – Retaining walls.