RAM Concept Basic – PT Slab Design Series (3/4)

  • 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 6 hours
  • Access: 6 months access on mobile & PC
  • Resources: Course booklet to be delivered

What is RAM Concept:

RAM Concept software is the most commonly used finite element program for Post Tensioned slab design throughout Australia, This software skill is a highly recognized in construction industry and adding it to you resume will give you much higher chance to get a job or be promoted to a higher position.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Attain basic knowledge and skill of using RAM Concept Program covering modelling and design procedure
  • Apply relevant part of AS3600 when using RAM Concept software
  • Conduct a modelling an actual project using RAM Concept software

You Will Learn:

  • Introduction to RAM concept and PT Slabs
  • Define Design Strip Properties and create them from BMD
  • Define Punching Shear Parameters and Assign Loading
  • Generate PT Layouts and Adjust to meet AS3600 requirements
  • Correct Load History Parameters including Creep & Shrinkage Factors
  • Various load combinations used in RAM and the reasons for them
  • Analysis & Design the Model/ Correct Error & Warning
  • Read and Interpret Outputs

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Course Includes

  • 10 Lessons
  • 3 Topics
  • Course Certificate
  • 6 Course Point

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Saj Raad
Posted 6 months ago
Well explained

I liked covering design principles at each step of modelling. It was great to focua on not just software but also the engineering basics with all assumptions.

Sam Rad
Posted 6 months ago
Very informative

It was very informative, all modelling and design stage explained in detail by going through an real project

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