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Steel Building Design as per AISC-LRFD 10 (14th edition)

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Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 11AM (KST)       


Steel is a ubiquitous material. All the structures around us contain steel in some form – be it rebars or girders. Over the past decades, steel design codes have been consistently updated to accommodate the growing knowledge of material performance and allow for greater efficiency. But with this comes a greater demand in terms of design input considerations. To make this process easier, midas Gen-the one stop solution for building engineers- comes equipped with automated design tools and ,for steel structures, a facility of automatically selecting the optimal section for a particular combination of loadings.  The program has been in use for over 20 years by engineers the world over and applied successfully to numerous projects . It is known for its user-friendliness, efficiency, versatility and enhanced productivity. This presentation will focus on structural modeling and design as per the AISC-LRFD 2010 specifications for steel building design. Additionally, the BIM capable interface of the program, with Revit Structures, together with the capabilities of a specialized program for member design ( Design+) will be demonstrated.



1. Quick and flexible modeling tools of midas Gen
Comprehensive design features of midas Gen as per AISC
Member design as per AISC-LRFD (14th edition)
BIM capabilities of midas Gen

5. Member design capabilities of Design+ as per AISC



1. Structural Engineers designing Steel Buildings/Plants as per American Codes
Engineers interested in BIM

3. Engineers looking for a single total solution for Steel structure Analysis as well as design



2014 MIDAS Online Technical Seminar






Session #1

RC Building Design as per ACI318-11

Feb. 27, 2014 (Tue)

Session #2

RC Building Design as per EC2

Mar. 20, 2014 (Thu)

Session #3

Steel Building Design as per AISC-LRFD 10

Apr. 29, 2014 (Tue) 


Session #4

Steel Building Design as per EC3

May 22, 2014 (Thu)

Session #5

Column Shortening Analysis

considering Creep & Shrinkage

Jun. 19, 2014 (Thu)