The design of tall buildings essentially involves conceptual design, approximate analysis, preliminary design and optimization to safely carry different loads acting on structure. The structural design for a skyscraper must ensure that the building is able to stand up safely, able to function without excessive deflections or movements which may cause fatigue of structural elements, cracking or failure of fixtures, fittings or partitions, or discomfort for occupants. Tall Building Design Workshop primarily aims at educating the participants about analysis and design of tall buildings.
Students will be introduced to Structural building engineering and associated software used in tall building design. With the help of various case studies, the participants would be made to understand and develop the skills required for designing tall buildings in the real world. Participants will learn to evaluate different problem statements given to them and so increase proficiency in key civil engineering concepts.
This workshop is split into 2 modules:
The Civil Simplified team functions with a motto of addressing the deficits in practical exposure in prevalent civil engineering studies. The team values the importance of civil engineering and hence makes sure that the students understand the right way for approaching complex civil problems.
Also, the instructors follow a student-centered model of education that encourages use of the learning gained for large-scale projects. They persistently work to ensure that the knowledge imparted to the students can be used across all applications possible.