RAM Connection is a standalone software for steel connection design. RAM Connection is one of the best solutions for structural engineers to review steel connections of single or multiple joints of a steel structure.
It permits engineers to customise a significant segment of the steel connection design to meet project needs as required. There is a big database with pre-built connections and it offers designers to select the required connection from the database.
The first module covers the Introduction of RAM Connections, their basic settings and different types of pre-built RAM connections available within the database.
The second module covers the interface of RAM connections. It talks about various tabs like browser tab, property tab, toolbar tabs, etc.
The third module covers the RAM connection design of Beam-Column-Flange (BCF).
The fourth module covers the RAM connection design of Beam-Column-Web (BCW).
The fifth module covers the RAM connection design of Beam-Girder (BG).
The sixth module covers the RAM connection design of Beam Splice (BS).
The seventh module covers the RAM connection design of Column Splice (CS).
The eighth module covers the design of Column Beam and Brace (CBB).
The ninth module covers the design of VERTICSL V BRACING (VXB)
The tenth module covers the design of Chevron Braces (CVR).
The eleventh module covers Base Plate Design Connection and Base Plate With Brace design.
The twelfth module covers Tapered Column Rafter Knee Connection.
|Lecture 1.0||2801 Module 1A Introduction Advantages|
|Lecture 1.1||2802 Module 2A Interface of Ram Connection|
|Lecture 1.2||2802 Module 2B Different Connection Types|
|Lecture 1.3||2803 Module 3A Connection Details and Load Input|
|Lecture 1.4||2803 Module 3B Connection Design|
|Lecture 1.5||2803 Module 3C Bcf With Different Plates|
|Lecture 1.6||2804 Module 4A Bcw Connection Details And Load Inputs|
|Lecture 1.7||2804 Module 4B Bcw Design Connection|
|Lecture 1.8||2804 Module 4C Bcw Slope Member|
|Lecture 1.9||2805 Module 5A Bg Connection Design|
|Lecture 1.10||2805 Module 5B Bg and Bcf with Slope Angle|
|Lecture 1.11||2806 Module 6A Bs Load Inputs and Design|
|Lecture 1.12||2806 Module 6B Bs Apex Angle|
|Lecture 1.13||2807 Module 7A Cs Design Connection|
|Lecture 1.14||2808 Module 8A Cbb Load Inputs|
|Lecture 1.15||2808 Module 8B Design Connection Cbb|
|Lecture 1.16||2809 Module 9 Vxb Design Connection|
|Lecture 1.17||2810 Module 10A Cvr Input Data|
|Lecture 1.18||2811 Module 11A Base Plate Design Connection|
|Lecture 1.19||2811 Module 11B Base Plate With Brace|
|Lecture 1.20||2812 Module 12A Tapered Column Rafter Knee Connection|
|Lecture 1.21||2812 Module 12B Tapered Column Rafter Knee Connection|
I am Ankush Jain, a Structure Engineering Expert based in India.
Career Summary : Mr Ankush Kumar Jain is the mentor of the course. Mr Ankush Kumar Jain has submitted his PhD thesis and soon he will be awarded a doctorate degree from one of the prestigious Institutions in India. He is M.Tech. in Structural Engineering and B.Tech. in Civil Engineering. Mr Ankush Jain is having 10 Years of structural design experience. He has designed more than 200 residential and industrial structures. He has extensive experience working in STAAD Pro, E-TAB and SAP 2000. Ankush has designed industry-oriented courses and after learning his courses, students will be able to design, analyze and optimize the structures.
Professional Qualification : B. Tech, M.T.ech, PhD in Structure Engineering
Area of Expertise : Structure Engineering
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