SAFE 2016 Training Course
From Monday, July 17, 2017 18:00 to Wednesday, August 16, 2017 21:00
Berytech Digital Park, Bechara El-Khoury Street, Beirut, Lebanon, Beirut, Lebanon
Berytech Digital Park, Bechara El-Khoury Street, Beirut, Lebanon
Berytech Digital Park , Bechara El Khoury
When you get to the location on the map look for Berytech digital park, if you don't find it look for "Al Bashir Icecream", the entrance will be right on the opposite side of the road. If you are still lost please call us at 03043626 and we will guide you.
SAFE is the ultimate tool for designing concrete floor and foundation systems. From framing layout all the way through to detail drawing production, SAFE integrates every aspect of the engineering design process in one easy and intuitive environment. SAFE provides unmatched benefits to the engineer with its truly unique combination of power, comprehensive capabilities, and ease-of-use.
Laying out models is quick and efficient with the sophisticated drawing tools, or use one of the import options to bring in data from CAD, spreadsheet, or database programs. Slabs or foundations can be of any shape, and can include edges shaped with circular and spline curves.
Post-tensioning may be included in both slabs and beams to balance a percentage of the self-weight. Suspended slabs can include flat, two-way, waffle, and ribbed framing systems. Models can have columns, braces, walls, and ramps connected from the floors above and below. Walls can be modeled as either straight or curved.
Mats and foundations can include nonlinear uplift from the soil springs, and a nonlinear cracked analysis is available for slabs. Generating pattern surface loads is easily done by SAFE with an automated option. Design strips can be generated by SAFE or drawn in a completely arbitrary manner by the user, with complete control provided for locating and sizing the calculated reinforcement. Finite element design without strips is also available and useful for slabs with complex geometries.
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Bridge the gap between university education and industry requirements through professional training and mastery of state-of-the-art architecture and engineering software.