ETABS VIDEOS

First seee picture below

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THEN SEE BELOW ETABS VIDEOS

ETABS Video number 1 , GRID MARKING

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ETABS VIDEO NUMBER 2 , STORY DEFINITION

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ETABS VIDEO NUMBER 3 , MATERIAL PROPERTIES DEFINITION

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ETABS VIDEO 4 , FRAMESECTION( BEAMS & COLUMNS ) DEFINITION

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ETABS VIDEO 5 , AREA SECTION( SLABS ) DEFINITION

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Etabs VIDEO  6 , sTATIC LOAD CASES DEFINE

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All of you have seen this picture which i have shared today , if not then see it and read it all because Etabs 7 is comming soon inshALLAH 

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Etabs Video 7 , Load Combinations Define 

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Etabs video 8 , Things to remember in Etabs

 

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ETABS VIDEO 9 , BEAM , SLAB AND COLUMN ASSIGNMENT IN ETABS MODEL

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Etabs Video : HOW TO IMPORT GRIDS FROM AUTOCAD TO ETABS

 

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ETABS VIDEO ,ASSIGNNING SLABS

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ETABS VIDEO ,WAY TO MANUAL MESHING OF SLAB

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ETABS VIDEO , APPLYING PRESSURE LOAD ON MODEL

 

LOADS TO BE DEFINED IN MODEL 

1) DEAD LOAD = DO NOT ASSIGN LOAD IN THAT STATIC LOAD CASE Because THis Static load case is for self weight of structural elements and no load is to be assigned in that Dead Load 

2) Finishes Load = either 2 inch thick or 3 inch thick finishes depends upon architectural requirement , if 3 inch thick finishes then 

Finishes Load = (3"/12) x 144(density) = 36 psf 

3) Sunk Load = Sunk load is provided in Toilets or washrooms or bathrooms , it is also depends upon architectural or plumbing engineer's requirement to provide that much amount of sunk , 

for Example 12 inch sunk is to be provided then 

Sunk Load = (12"/12)* 120(density) = 120 psf 

4) Live load = For this there are tables in Ubc code 1997 and in Asce 7-05 code 

In UBC 1997 See Tables 16-A and 16-B 
in ASCE 7-05 see Table 4-1 

Asce 7-05 is having Detailed and wide variety of Live loads for Different Occupancy or use 

You can refer both COdes at same time for Live Loads 

These Loads will be Assigned in Slabs of Etabs Model , 1st understand above Loads first then SEE video how to assign load in Etabs model BELOW 

 

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ETABS VIDEO , WALL LOADING ASSIGN

 

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NOTES : 

I MADE SOME ERROR IN ETABS VIDEO 4 , WHEN I DEFINED COLUMNS I FORGOT TO PUT VALUE OF 0.7 IN MOMENT OF INTERIA ABOUT X AND Y AXIS ,SO ALWAYS PUT THIS VALUE

 here it is how i put -6 ft value , plinth level is at +3'-0" then go to 2' 
from 3 ' it will be 1' then again go to 2' below from 1' then it will be -1 ft and then go to -5 ft below -1 ft then it will be -6 ft and for 9 ft height you are right it is 5 ft + 2 ft + 2ft = 9 ft it is in ETABS VIDEO 2 story definition


one more thing in ETABS VIDEO 5 , AREA SECTION DEFINITION 

aFTER PUTING THICKNESS OF SLAB VALUE click on Set modifiers and only IN bending m11, m12 and m22 modifiers of slabsput valye of 0.25 which simulate cracked sections, as the membrane f11 , f22 and f12 modifiers effectively reduce the slab thickness and self-weight

 

 

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