RAPT – PT Slab Design Series (2)

  • Suitable for: Structural Engineers, Civil Engineering Graduates
  • Chosen by: Professionals working in Bonacci Group,  Enstruct, Robert Bird Group, Eclipse Consulting, ACE Consulting Group, FMG Engineering, Smart Structures Australia, etc.
  • Length: Total 5 hours
  • Access: 6 months access on mobile & PC
  • Resources: Course booklet to be delivered
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What is RAPT:

RAPT is a 2D program developed in Australia, its simple and user friendly environment made it a popular program in PT industry. It is mainly used at both tendering and detailed design stage. So if you work in a consulting or a PT sub contractor,  understanding how to use RAPT is one of the first skills you need the most.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Gain fundamental knowledge and code requirements when designing a post tensioned slab.

You Will Learn:

  • Slab Structural Load Path:
    –    One-way & Two-Way Slabs, Beams,
    –   Intro to Strong Band, Strut-Tie, Columns
    –   Study Structural Load Path for a few Plans
  • Create Slab Runs in RAPT
    –   Define Slab/Support geometry
    –   Define Design Parameters
    –   Calculate Required Tendons and Model them
    –   Understand RAPT outputs and how to read results
  • Create Beam runs using RAPT
    –   Create Beam Runs
    –   Read and Check Outputs

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Course Includes

  • 11 Lessons
  • 34 Topics
  • Course Certificate
  • 5 Course Point

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Minh Ho
Posted 1 month ago
Informative and practical course

The course is very informative and useful for who wants to commence learning RAPT. Strongly recommended.

Kamal Bagherzadeh
Posted 6 months ago
Amazing

RAPT is a commonly used structural engineering software in the Australian market and no training course had been provided before. I got very practical and deep knowledge of RAPT and PT system through this course. The course was very well explained and I strongly recommend this course to the Structural Engineers interested in PT system.

Sam Rad
Posted 6 months ago
Actual project modelling

Working on actual project made it very easy to learn the complicated process of modeling and design

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