About SAP 2000 (Certificate in SAP 2000) Course
SAP2000 is a highly sophisticated, versatile and intuitive general- purpose civil engineering software tool dedicated to analyze and design any type of structural system.
The tool can model, evaluate, generate and optimize basic and advanced systems ranging from 2D to 3D, and simple geometry to a complex one using a practical and object-based modeling environment. Candidates who successfully complete this course, will master the skills to design structures such as petrochemical plants, culverts, bridges, and work with materials such as concrete, steel, timber, etc.
The SAP2000 course introduces all methods involved in structural analysis and designs related to concrete and steel. Candidates learn and understand the state-of-the-art user interface, powerful analysis and design engines, static analysis, secondary analysis, etc.
Who Should be Aiming for the Course?
- Undergraduates in Civil, Mechanical, Building services or related discipline
- Professionals who wish to build a career in civil graphics model generation.
What’s in it for me?
After successfully completing the course, students will gain knowledge in:
- Object- oriented 2D/3D graphic model generation.
- Isometric and perspective views of 3D shapes.
- Built-in command file editor, pull-down menus, tool tip help, floating toolbars, etc.
- Most proven, integrated and productive general purpose structural program used by engineers.
Accelerate your career by SAP2000 certification and grab lucrative employment opportunities.
- 50 Contact Hours
- 10 Sessions (50 Contact Hours)
- User-specific design parameters
- Assured success across industries
- Introduction to SAP2000 tool with proven methods
- Dedicated and highly motivated team to offer comprehensive support.
- Sound understanding of Structural Analysis and Finite Element Methods
- Prior knowledge within the related discipline with at least 3 years of experience
The course curriculum is designed to meet the recent industry demands. The course covers the following topics:
- Introduction to SAP2000 design program
- Frame models- Grillage analysis part 1 and 2
- Drawing Tools, Shell Elements, Building Components
- Effect of Load on Building Components
- Types of Loads (live- dead-wind- temperature)