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ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Application of Auto Lateral Wind Loading in ETABS

This webinar will discuss the auto lateral load feature in ETABS. Examples include load application from diaphragms, shells and open-structure loading onto frames.

Application of Auto Lateral Seismic Loading in ETABS

This webinar will discuss the auto lateral load feature in ETABS. Examples will discuss topics including eccentricity ratios, seismic coefficients and factors.

Time History Analysis using ETABS

This webinar will demonstrate how to define and apply Time History loading to structures. Examples will include the effect of seismic load application and viewing analysis output including plot functions.

Response Spectra Analysis using ETABS

This webinar will demonstrate how to use ETABS to perform dynamic analysis. Examples for Response Spectrum definition, analysis and output for seismic design will be discussed.

Unique Loading Features in ETABS

This webinar will discuss different types of load definition, application, load cases and load combinations. Examples will included discussion of projected loads, trapezoidal area loads and thermal loads.

ETABS Model Explorer Functionality

This webinar will discuss in great detail all of the options included in the Model Explorer. This includes model definition and manipulation, input and output tables, and detailed project reports.

Concrete Shear Wall Design – Singular Wall using ETABS

This webinar will discuss a single concrete shear wall for analysis and design. Examples will include in-plane and out-of-plane load application and the assignment of wall piers and spandrels.

When to use Rigid vs. Semi Rigid Diaphragms

This webinar will teach users the differences between rigid and semi-rigid diaphragms. Examples will demonstrate how to obtain in-plane chord and collector forces in ETABS.

How to use Meshing Tools Effectively

This webinar will discuss all of the meshing options in ETABS. This includes auto vs. manual meshing, shell and beam mesh tools and application of an auto-line constraint.