Learn To Read Structural Drawings With Real Site Videos
Learn To Read Structural Drawings With Real Site Videos
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz
Language: English + Sub | Size: 2.75 GB | Duration: 3 hours





Basic Knowledge of civil engineering structures.

We study a lot of things our four years of engineering life. However, when we land ourselves on the site, we are completely new to it. Why does this happen? It is because the syllabus of our engineering focuses on the theoretical knowledge rather than practical applied knowledge. This creates a void in the graduates who have no idea about the knowledge required to work at the site.

This course is intended to fill this void. It teaches students what is left in the college but very mandatory for a civil engineer. This course will help fresh graduates to understand most important concepts that an engineer should know, working with rebars. A project consists of many works. Most of them can be done by the supervisors who do not possess engineering certificates. However, rebar work is such a work which can only be done(in most cases) by an engineer.

This course is intended to teach you how to read all kinds structural drawings. If you are a civil engineering student or a fresh civil engineering graduate, then this course is for you. You will learn how to read the structural drawings of slab, beam, column, staircase,etc. You will also see real life application of those drawings. Once this course is complete, then you will get clear concepts of all the structural elements.

Who this course is for:
Civil Engineering Students who want to learn how to read structural drawings.
Civil Engineering Graduates who are currently working in the field of construction.
Civil Engineers who need to work at construction sites and handle drawings.
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Learn To Read Structural Drawings With Real Site Videos


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