First steps with Tekla Structural Designer
This is the interactive eLearning course for new users. The course consists of a series of modules showing you the essentials for working with Tekla Structural Designer
Welcome and IntroductionThis eLearning tutorial welcomes you to the Tekla Structural Designer First steps course.
2. The User Interface and Basic Working Methods
Familiarization of the user interface and the basic working methodsThis eLearning tutorial introduces you to the user interface and the basic working methods required to use Tekla St
3. Settings Sets and Model Settings
Settings sets and model settingsThis eLearning tutorial looks at how to configure Tekla Structural Designer to work the way you wish to work.
4. Grids and Modeling
Concepts of grids and modelingThis eLearning tutorial looks at modeling aids (construction levels, construction lines, gridlines and architectura
LoadingThis eLearning tutorial looks at how to create loadcases, apply panel, member and structure loads into the loadcase
6. Viewing analysis results in Tekla Structural Designer
Viewing analysis results in Tekla Structural Designer
In this tutorial you will learn how to review analysis results in Tekla Structrual Designer.
DesignThis eLearning tutorial looks at the design of members in Tekla Structrural Designer
8. Reports and Drawings
Reports and drawingsThis eLearning tutorial looks at generating reports and drawings in Tekla Structural Designer
Revit-Tekla Structural Designer IntegrationIn this eLearning tutorial you will learn about the Tekla Structural Designer Integrator to share model data betwee
10. Property Sets
Property SetsIn this tutorial, we will take a detailed look at Property Sets, learn what they are, and how they can help us to w
11. Background to the Analysis/Design procedures
Background to the Analysis/Design proceduresIn this eLearning course you will gain an understanding of the different analyses models carried out by Tekla Struc
12. Embodied carbon assessment in Tekla Structural Designer
Embodied carbon assessment in Tekla Structural DesignerEngineers can now assess their designs for embodied carbon at the Early-Stage Design Phases (A1, A2 and A3) using T