Courses To Do Just After Your Civil Engineering Graduation!

            Hi all, hope all are doing fine. Now, if you edubuddies are updated with all the blogs on our site, our
last blog was about the courses for Mechanical and Automobile Engineering graduates. In this blog,
we are giving you guys a list of courses that will help any Civil Engineering graduate student. So, go on read and share it with your fellow edubuds. Also, in the next blog, we’ll be coming up with the courses for Electronics/Electrical and Electronics Telecommunication streams.

Courses for Civil Engineering students:

  1. ANSYS:

                      Ansys stands for Analysis System. So, it is mostly of analysis software. Civil engineers use Ansys for
projects as diverse as high-rise buildings, bridges, dams, stadiums, etc. By experimenting with
innovative design in a virtual environment, engineers and designers can analyze safety, strength,
comfort, and environmental considerations. Using Ansys engineers can design and do materials
selection works quickly and efficiently.

           2. AutoCAD Civil 3D:
                      AutoCAD Civil 3D software is a design and documentation solution for civil engineering that supports
building information modeling (BIM) workflows. By learning to use AutoCAD Civil 3D, you can
improve project performance, maintain consistent data, follow standard processes, and respond
faster to change.

           3. STAAD Pro:
                     STAAD Pro stands for Structural Analysis and design. STAAD Pro v8i Software is widely used in
analyzing and designing structures like buildings, bridges, towers, transportation, industrial and
utility structures. It is used to simplify your BIM workflow by using a physical model in STAAD Pro
that is automatically converted into the analytical model for your structural analysis. It is mostly
useful for those who want to get into the structural engineering field.

            4. ETABS:

                    ETABS stands for “Extended Three-dimensional Analysis of Building Systems”. ETABS is used for the
analysis of concrete shear walls and concrete moment frames. This course help students start with
structural design software. It is a very powerful software that can design almost any kind of civil
engineering structure. This course doesn’t require you to have any prior experience in this software
or any other structural design software.

            5. SketchUp:
                       SketchUp is a program used for a wide range of 3D modeling projects like architectural, interior
design, landscape architecture, and video game design, etc. It is a designing tool. The program
includes drawing layout functionality, surface rendering. Mostly used for creating a floor plan.

            6. ProSTEEL:
                        ProSteel is a 3D modeling environment for structural steel and metalwork. The software will help in
the creation of accurate 3D models for structural steel, steel assemblies, and metalwork. It assists in
the generation of design drawings, fabrication details, and schedule whenever there is a change in
the 3D model. The training on ProSteel will help you master the features such as the conversion of
2D drawings to 3D, integration with third-party products, intelligent dimensioning, etc. You’ll be able
to quickly generate design drawings, fabrication details, and schedules that automatically update
whenever the 3D model changes.

There are other softwares such as Revit (mentioned earlier), TEKLA which can also be used for 3D