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GT STRUDL® Training

Who Should Attend?

The Overview and Basic Static Analysis course is for structural engineers who have not had prior experience using GT STRUDL or for those who are beginning users. The Steel Design course is intended for structural engineers familiar with GT STRUDL frame analysis capabilities through the Basic course or by experience and who want to enhance their design engineering productivity by using the integrated analysis and steel design capabilities of GT STRUDL.

Facilities

Attendees will receive training from Intergraph at the Norcross, GA facility. Each person will have the latest version of Intergraph GT STRUDL loaded on their computer for the duration of the training course.

Benefits of Attending

During the Overview and Basic Static Analysis course, users will learn how to use the basic static analysis capabilities of GTSTRUDL for structures modeled using frame members and finite elements. During the Steel Design course, users will learn how to use the integrated analysis and steel design capabilities of GT STRUDL. During the Dynamic Analysis course, users will learn how to use the dynamic analysis capabilities of GT STRUDL to compute structural frequencies and to perform mode superposition analyses and combine the results with the results from a static analysis.

Learning from the Best

The instructors of the GTSTRUDL Training courses are knowledgeable engineers that bring their extensive experience to each and every session. These instructors will give you valuable insights into best practices of structural modeling, analysis and design.

Professional Development Hours (PDH)

As an added benefit attendees will receive 24 PDHs for the Overview and Basic Static Analysis course, 16 PDHs for the Steel Design course, 16 PDHs for the Dynamic Analysis course, and 8 PDHs for the Base Plate course upon successful completion. 

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