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Volume 6 Issue 1
Analysis and Design of Multi-story (G+6) Building by using STAAD Pro
|Sonal Kachhwaha, Srishti Verma, Prahallad Choudhari
|This project is named “Analysis and design of multi-storey building by using STAAD Pro” which involves the analysis of 3D frames of varying floor heights and varying no. of bays using a highly successful software tool STAAD Pro. To compete in the ever-growing competent market, a structural engineer needs to save time as well as Cost. As a sequel to this, an attempt is made to analyze and design a multi-storied building by using the software package STAAD Pro. For analyzing a multi-storied building, one must consider all the possible load(s) and see that the structure is safe against all possible load conditions. There are several methods for the analysis of different frames like Kani's method, Cantilever method, Portal method, and Matrix method. The project deals with the design & analysis of a multi-storied residential building of G+6 consisting of 2 apartments on each floor. The Dead load & Live loads are applied and the design for Beams, Columns & Footing is obtained by utilizing STAAD Pro’s new features which have surpassed its predecessors and compotators like AutoCAD, in data sharing capabilities. We conclude that STAAD Pro is a very powerful tool that can save much time and cost and is very accurate in Designs calculations and it is suitable for the design of a multistoried building.
|3D (G+6), Auto CAD, STAAD
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Analysis and Design of Multi-story (G+6) Building by using STAAD Pro - Sonal Kachhwaha, Srishti Verma, Prahallad Choudhari - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.13004
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