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Structural Analysis and Design using GT STRUDL

ImageGrafix Academy - Hexagon Authorized Training Centre

Program Objective

Learn structural analysis and design of framed structures in easy to model latest graphical interfaces including CAD using GT STRUDL.

Course Outline

Structural Analysis and Design using GT STRUDL is an ideal course for civil and structural engineers and professionals. For the reason being GT STRUDL is one of the most trusted and adaptable solution with 64-bit high-performance computation solvers. This course features the tools necessary to analyse a broad range of linear static analysis and design solutions in fraction of time GT STRUDL structural analysis and design modeling software is used by structural engineering industry for steel and reinforced concrete design of structures including Industrial structures, bridges, towers, buildings, transportation, industrial and utility structures, etc., This course offers structural engineers a complete design solution, helps streamline project execution by creating usable analysis model from a flat CAD file there by productivity increase and reduce manual errors.

Program Highlights

  • GT STRUDL fundamental concepts and features
  • Physical model into an analytical model
  • Global and Local reference frame
  • Member and Material properties
  • Load Classification
  • Area Load, Moving Load
  • Linear Static Analysis
  • Model Error Detection
  • Model and Perform Linear Static Analysis
  • Results Verification & Report generation
  • Steel Design
  • Member constraints
  • Structural model generation and analysis using CAD Modeler GUI
  • Interface sharing with various application and file formats

Who Should Attend

  • Structural Engineers
  • Professionals looking to upgrade their skills
  • Freshers willing to make career in Structural analysis and Design


  • B.E. / M.E. in Civil / Structural Engineering
  • Basic Structural design / Engineering drawing knowledge is required
  • Windows User Interface Knowledge is required

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