Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction, and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works like roads, bridges, canals, dams, and buildings.Civil engineering is the oldest engineering discipline after military engineering,and it was defined to distinguish non-military engineering from military engineering.

  • SAP

  • E-Tabs

  • Primavera

  • Civil 3D

  • Revit Structure

  • CSI Column

  • Safe


Analysis of Frames
Analysis of Trusses
Analysis and Design of Solid Slab
Analysis of Stairs
Autocade DXF File
Analysis and Design of Floors
Design of Columns
Analysis of Raft
Wind Forces
Earth Quake Forces
3D Model


Course Content

  • Introduction (Main differences between safe & E-tabs)
  • Program interface
  • Units
  • Coordinators
  • Define sections
    •  Columns – beams – slabs – walls
  • Drawing
    • Beams – slabs columns walls
  • Export CAD file to E-tabs
  • Load cases
    • Load on beams
    • Loads on slabs
    • Wind & earthquake load (seismic loads)
  • Analysis structure
  • Results
  • Training
    • Complete Project

Primavera 24 Hr

  1. Overview
  2. Admin Settings
  3. User preferences
  4. Enterprise Project Structure (EPS)
  5. Organization Breakdown Structure (OBS)
  6. Resources
  7. Work breakdown Structure (WBS)
  8. Budgets
  9. Project Codes
  10. User Defined Fields
  11. Calendars
  12. Activities
  13. Expense Categories
  14. Baseline Types
  15. Risks
  16. Work Products & Documents
  17. Projects Tracking


Civil 3D

1 - the representation of the surface of the Earth's natural for the project on the program (contour map - budget retina - Google Earth)
2 - Action plan for transport networks, the design and selection of tracks for roads.
3 - define the path the way for the program ((Alignment and sector work Rassi Profile)).
4 - Design Engineering design path of the road and how to bring out the plates design.
5 - Structural Design and how to draw the construction sector and its definition on the track design for the road.
6 - work incidental sectors of the track and take out her paintings.
7 - account Alhvrwalrdm quantities and amounts of construction materials and the comparison between Almsart suggested.


Getting Started
• Introduction to Autodesk Revit Structure 2013
• Starting Revit
• Opening a Project File
• Identifying the User Interface Components
• Understanding the Ribbon
• Understanding the Quick Access Toolbar
• Understanding the Options Bar
• Understanding the Application Menu
• Understanding the Info Center Toolbar
• Understanding the Project Browser
• Understanding the Properties Palette
• Understanding the Type Selector
• Understanding the Status Bar
• Understanding the Drawing Area
• Understanding View Controls
• Understanding the Navigation Bar
• Understanding the View Cube
• Understanding the Steering Wheels
• Understanding the Options Dialog
• Understanding the Units and Snaps Modeling Essentials
• Understanding Modeling with Revit
• Understanding Model Objects
• Understanding Sketch-Based Objects
• Understanding Project Datum
• Creating and Modifying Levels
• Creating and Modifying Grids
• Controlling Datum Visibility
• Limiting Visibility of Datum Using Scope Boxes
• Setting and Showing the Active Work Plane
• Creating Reference Planes
• Modeling Accurately with Length and Angle Snap
• Working with Object Snaps
• Using Visualization Aids When Working in 3D Views
Understanding Wall Drawing Aids
• Understanding Wall System Families and Types
• Creating Structural Walls
• Creating Walls by Picking Lines
• Creating a Wall by Face
• Understanding Wall Properties
• Changing the Wall Type as Your Design Evolves
• Creating a Stacked Wall
• Modifying Wall Profles
• Creating a Wall Opening
• Introducing Wall Layer Functions
• Customizing the Base and Top Extension of Walls
• Modifying Walls by Attach Top Or Base
• Adjusting and Aligning Model Patterns
• Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Sweeps
• Customizing Vertical Wall Structure by Adding Reveals
• Creating In-Place Wall Sweeps
• Creating In-Place Reveals Building Structure
Building Structure
• Managing Structural Symbolic Representation Settings
• Creating Structural Columns
• Adding Slanted Columns
• Creating Isolated Foundations
• Creating Wall Foundations
• Creating Stepped Foundations
• Creating Foundation Slabs
• Creating Floors
• Modifying Floor Properties
• Modifying Floor Slope
• Creating Floor Openings
• Creating Slab Edges
• Creating a Roof by Footprint
• Creating a Roof by Extrusion
• Understanding Structural Beam Types
• Creating Beams
• Understanding the Beam Properties
• Sloping Beams Using 3D Snapping
• Sloping Beams by Setting to a Work plane
• Beam Joins and Coping
• Creating Openings in Beams
• Creating Beam Systems
• Creating Structural Braces
• Creating Trusses
• Placing Rebar
• Placing Area and Path Reinforcement
• Placing Fabric Reinforcement
• Tagging Reinforcement
• Customizing Rebar Cover
• Customizing Rebar Abbreviations
Construction Modeling
• Understanding Construction Modeling
• Creating Parts
• Controlling the Visibility of Parts
• Dividing Parts
• Dividing Parts with Gaps and Profiles
• Merging and Excluding Parts
• Scheduling Parts
• Understating Wall Joins and Parts
• Creating Parts from Linked Models
• Creating Assemblies
• Creating Assembly Views
• Modifying Assembly Views Components and Families
Components and Families
• Understanding Families
• Placing Components from the Project Browser
• Loading Families and Using Type Catalogs
• Finding Components Using Autodesk Seek
• Editing Component Families Within a Project
Basic Modify Tools
• Selecting Objects
• Saving Selection Sets
• Copying and Moving Objects
• Rotating Objects
• Creating Linear Arrays
• Creating Radial Arrays
• Scaling Objects
• Mirroring Objects
• Flipping Objects
• Using the Clipboard for Copy And Paste
• Splitting Objects
• Creating Elements Consistently With Match Type and Create Similar
• Aligning Objects
• Creating Plan Views
• Creating a Plan Region
• Creating Building Elevation Views
• Creating Framing Elevation Views
• Changing the Elevation Symbol
• Creating a Section View
• Segmenting a Section View
• Creating Callout Views
• Creating Drafting Views
• Creating a Reference View
• Understanding View Discipline
• Duplicating Views
• Creating Match Lines and View References
• Creating Additional View References
• Creating and Using Sheets
• Aligning Views on Sheets with a Guide Grid
• Placing Schedules on Sheets
• Using a Sheet List and Placeholder Sheets
• Creating a Custom Title Block
• Creating a Key Plan
• Managing Sheet Issues and Revisions
• Creating Revision Clouds and Tags
• Adding a Revision Schedule to A Titleblock
• Creating Supplemental Drawings
• Working with Viewports on Sheets
• Inserting Views from File
• Inserting 2D Elements from File
• Working with Visual Styles
• Understanding Scale and Detail Level
• Understanding Plan View Range
• Understanding View Templates
•Creating View Templates
• Applying and Assigning View Templates
• Creating View Types
• Understanding Object Styles
• Understanding Visibility Graphics Overrides
• Creating Element and Category
Graphics Overrides in Views
• Creating Filter Overrides in View
• Understanding Temporary Hide Or Isolate and Viewing Hidden Elements
• Understanding Crop Regions
Dimensions and Constraints
• Understanding Dimensions and Constraints
• Using Temporary Dimensions
• Modifying Temporary Dimension Settings
• Working with Permanent Dimensions
• Modifying Dimensions
• Overriding Dimension Text
• Creating and Modifying Dimension Styles
• Locking Dimensions
• Controlling Dimensions Using Equality Constraints
• Controlling Dimension Units
• Dimensioning Entire Walls
• Working with Spot Elevations
• Working with Spot Coordinates
• Working with Spot Slopes
Design Analysis
• Introducing the Analytical model
• Controlling the Analytical Model Visibility Settings
• Modifying the Analytical Model Properties
• Adjusting the Analytical Model
• Analytical Structural Settings
• Running Analytical Model Checks
• Creating Loads

  • How to draw any shape of steel reinforcement
  • Beam reinforcement
  • Column reinforcement
  • Sheer wall reinforcement
  • Slabs reinforcement


  • Schedule quantities for every element


CSI Column

  • Introduction
  • Program interface
  • Design of column bearing (N, Mx, My)
  • Design of any shape of columns
  • Design of shear walls



  • Introduction
  • Program interface
  • Units 
  • Coordinators
  • Soil profile
  • Define sections
    • Define slabs (flab slab – solid slab - hollow black - panelled beam)
    • Define of beams
    • Define of column & walls
  • Define types of footing (flexible & rigid)
  • Drawings (slab – beams – columns)
  • Skills of drawing
  • Calculations of loads (slabs - beams)
  • Analysis structure (finite element _ strip method)
  • Results
    • Show stresses on footing
    • Moment on slab
    • Straining action on beams
    • Show slab design
    • Show beam design
  • Design (pile cap)
  • Drawing (pile cap)                  
  • Finite element analysis


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