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How to use SCIA ENGINEER effectively based on the type of the project to calculate the final practical reinforcement
Dealing with several kinds of projects can be a challenge for a concrete designer. Imagine that you have to design a civil structure containing non-typical cross-sections and you would like to obtain your final results as soon as possible.
Also, designing multi-story buildings is time consuming due to the fact that you have a huge number of beams and columns and you would like to finish the design with minimum effort.
In this webinar, we will explain the optimal way how you can use SCIA ENGINEER based on the type of the project to calculate the final practical reinforcement. This will also include the ways to communicate your results to a draftsman via several possibilities like IFC, DWG, Revit link, etc.
What you can expect from this webinar:
- Productivity tips in designing general cross-sections.
- Productivity tips for design of multi-storey buildings.
- A specific path for those interested in verifying pre-designed projects or re-evaluating existing buildings. For engineers who are working for a controlling office/government.
- Production of the final report and how to communicate the reinforcement to a draftsman.
- And more.
Marwan Al-Taie studied civil engineering at the University of Technology UOT in Baghdad. He has more than 15 years of experience as a concrete designer, consultant engineer, and projects manager. He worked in Iraq, Dubai, Oman, and Belgium. He joined the SCIA nv team in Belgium in 2015 where he works as a product manager responsible for the concrete design and Engineering Report in SCIA Engineer.
Jannes Van Cauwenberghe
Jannes Van Cauwenberghe works as a Customer Service Engineer at SCIA. He provides both support and training for our customers. Jannes currently specializes in concrete design and BIM. He is also the contact person for students and educational institutions. Before his career at SCIA, he graduated as a civil engineer from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel with the thesis on self-healing concrete.