The Assign menu provides basic options and tools for assigning
section properties, loads, and more to area, line and point objects
in your model. This chapter describes the Assign options and
tools. Note that before you make
DIRECT DESIGN sLAe,
Design by the direct design method a typical interior at slab with drop panels to earn! a dead
load of 7.86 itNlm2 and a live load = t0 kN/mz. The oor system consists of six panels in
each direction. with a pane
Prestressed Concrete Structures
Dr. Amlan K Sengupta and Prof. Devdas Menon
9.3 Two-way Slabs (Part I)
This section covers the following topics.
Analysis and Design
Features in Modeling and Analysis
Distribution of Moments to Strips
Analysis And Design of Flat Slab And Grid Slab
And Their Cost Comparison
Amit A. Sathawane & R.S. Deotale
Department of Civil Engineering, Yeshwantrao Chavhan College of Engineering Nagpur, India
E-mail : email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Loads and Load Paths
Steps in Structural Design
1. Planning How will the building be supported?
2. Establishing the loads
3. Designing preliminary structural configuration
IS 456 : 2000
to 1, measured centre to centre of supports.
b) Middle strip -Middle strip means a design strip
bounded on each of its opposite sides by the
means that part of a slab bounded
on-each of its four sides by the cent
The study is arranged by
Civil Engineer: ARAS JAMAL MAGID
DETAILING OF FLAT
Analysis of Flat Slab
A flat slab is a reinforced concrete slab supported directly by concrete
VARIOUS TYPES OF SLABS
CHOICE OF TYPE OF SLAB FLOOR
The choice of type of slab for a particular floor depends on many factors. Economy of construction is obviously an important consideration, but this is a qualitative argument until specific cases are d
Integrated Building Design Software
User Interface Reference Manual
Computers and Structures, Inc.
Berkeley, California, USA
The computer program ETABS and all associated documentation are proprietary and
The File menu provides basic file operations for creating new
models, opening existing models and saving models. It also provides options for printing input and output data as well as controls for other miscellaneous features
The Define menu provides a means of defining section properties and load case definitions. This chapter describes the features
available on the Define menu.
Items related to ETABS nonlinear analysis are mentioned in
The Edit menu provides basic tools for editing (modifying) the
geometry of your model. This chapter describes many of those
Undo and Redo Commands
Clicking the Undo option or
button or holding down the Ctrl
key and typ
The Design menu serves as your gateway to the integrated design postprocessors that are a part of your program package. The
design postprocessors available are:
Steel Frame Design
Concrete Frame Design
Composite Beam Des
The Display menu provides options for displaying input and output information on the model and onscreen in a tabular form.
This chapter describes those options.
Show Undeformed Shape Command
Clicking the Display menu > S
This chapter describes the drawing tools and controls that are
available on the Draw menu.
Select Object Command
Most of the
on the Draw
menu are also
available on the
The Draw menu > Select Object
The Options menu provides you with control over some of the
basic features of this program. It also allows you to specify values for various items that, to some degree, control the look and
feel of the graphic interface
The View menu provides basic options and tools for viewing a
model. This chapter describes those options and tools in the order displayed in the menu drop-down box.
The viewing options available on the View menu should not be
The Analyze menu provides basic features for starting and controlling your building analysis. This chapter describes the commands available on the Analyze menu.
Set Analysis Options Command
Click the Analyze menu > Set Analysis
This chapters outlines a basic modeling process and then provides some modeling tips.
It is not necessary, or expected, that you exactly follow the general process for creating a model described in this chapter.
Chapter 9 9
The Select menu provides basic options and tools for selecting
objects in your model. This chapter describes those options and
tools. Do not overlook the Note about Window Selections in
Plan View at the end of the "Window"
Overview of a Model
A model developed using this program is different from models
produced in many other structural analysis programs for two
There are three
types of objects
in this program.
They are area,
line and point
Mechanical Design in Optical Engineering
Shear Stresses in Beams
Shear Stress in Beams:
When a beam is subjected to nonuniform bending, both bending moments, M, and
shear forces, V, act on the cross section. The normal stresses, x, associated wit
Optimized Modeling and Design of Steel Structures using ETABS
General Modeling Techniques
The advantages of an Object Oriented Integrated product
Model Creation & Editing, Locating with Coordinates, Grids and Snaps