Autodesk® Robot™ Structural Analysis Professional is an advanced software for the analysis and design of structures using Finite Elements. Robot Structural combines the advance capabilities of structure analysis of any feasible form with ease and its friendly UI. It includes most of the international design standards and offers to its user infinite possibilities in analysis and a maximum control of their designs. Robot Structural Analysis Professional is used by renowned Consultancies around the world. (


Course Prerequisites :

  1. Very good knowledge of Microsoft Windows
  2. Basic knowledge on Structural Analysis and Steel Structures design
  3. Basic understanding of the Finite Element Analysis (FEM)

Course Content Description :

No Date Content Analysis DurationHr.
1 Introduction Course. Basic terms and assumptions guiding Finite RSA user interface, navigation and design tools. Design Parameters and Structure types. 2.5
2 Data input in Robot and structure definition with different techniques. Definition of Grid and Stories. Structure assignment and definition of initial parameters 3.5
3 Input of complimentary parameters. Load definition and assignment according to Codes of Standards. 2.5
4 Completion of structure and calculations for static loads. Check and verification of Analysis. NTM and deflection checks. Output and print of initial results. 3.5
5 Load combinations according to Codes. Modal analysis and Seismic Analysis to EN 1998 2.5
6 Steel Structures input parameters. Definition of members. Design and verification of Steel Members. Introduction to Optimisation using Robot 3.5
7 Design of Steel Connections and rigidity analysis. Influence of rigidity in analysis. Second order effects in building structure 2.5
8 Analysis and design of surface elements with FE Continuous footings, foundations and slabs 3.5
9 Additional and special parameters. Improving the structures structural performance. Special Loading 2.5
10 Detailed analysis of elements. Design of complex sections. Report composition and export of structural details. Interoperability and communication with other software 3.5



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