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Structural Engineering

Structural Engineering

Structural engineering might be treated as highly specific form of civil engineering. It deals with construction of framework that forms the basis of any construction type: namely Industrial structures, building, bridges and supports etc… Structure is of prime importance as it lends able support and security and a weak structure might result in damage or total destruction of a industrial zone.

Structural engineering is based on applied physics and empirical knowledge about geometries and structural performance of various materials, both metallic and non-metallic. Versasia structural engineers focus on aspects like climatic conditions and natural calamities as they play a significant role in infrastructural growth in India. An engineer at Versasia would typically engage in:

  • Analyzing maps, reports, blueprints, and geological and topographical data
  • Evaluating material stress factors, water flow rates, and load requirements to determine specifications
  • Inspection of project sites to ensure that construction is being carried according to specifications
  • Identification of potential problems including environmental and traffic movement issues and suggesting ways of resolving them
  • Estimating cost of raw materials, equipment’s used, and labour

For executing their tasks, Versasia’s structural engineers divide their task into definitive steps:

Structural Designing

Structural Designing

This is the initial step for any project and involves doing groundwork. Planning the entire project taking into both internal and external considerations

Structural Modelling

Structural Modelling

A model for any structure is always created before work begins. Any model is a scaled down representation of the actual structure

steel-detailing

Steel detailing

A draft is given a more authentic and reliable shape by CAD (computer aided designing) tools. Greater attention is paid to costing of a project in this stag

The tasks of structural engineers have been eased by CAD tools and 3-D visualization techniques. These tools aid in making modifications easily and in a more convincing manner.