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242.025 CAD in Structural Engineering

2022S, SE, 2.0h, 2.0EC, to be held in blocked form

Course evaluation


  • Semester hours: 2.0
  • Credits: 2.0
  • Type: SE Seminar
  • Format: Presence

Learning outcomes

After successful completion of the course, students are able to ...

  • create design plans extracted from a 3D model for concrete (formwork and reinforcement plan) (and, maybe, steel construction plans) in the CAD software Nemetschek Allplan
  • create and organize 3D components and elements in the CAD software Nemetschek Allplan

Subject of course

Extension of the basics of the CAD software Nementschek Allplan

  • 3D designof components and elements for concrete constructions (and, maybe, steel constructions)
  • Creation of plans extracted from a 3d model

Teaching methods

Lectures, exercises during lectures, homework

Mode of examination


Additional information

This course will be taught using TUWEL.
Course language: German!

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Examination modalities

Hand-ins and Final Exam

Group dates

Gruppe-JuliMon14:30 - 18:0018.07.2022 - 25.07.2022BI EDV-Lehrraum 242.025 CAD in Structural Engineering Gruppe-Juli
Gruppe-JuliThu14:30 - 18:0021.07.2022 - 28.07.2022BI EDV-Lehrraum 242.025 CAD in Structural Engineering Gruppe-Juli
Gruppe-JuliThu15:30 - 18:0025.08.2022BI EDV-Lehrraum 242.025 CAD in Structural Engineering Gruppe-Juli

Course registration

Begin End Deregistration end
11.03.2022 10:00 28.03.2022 00:59 23.03.2022 23:59


The student must have at least all of the course(s) completed listed below:

Group Registration

GroupRegistration FromTo
Gruppe-Juli20.05.2022 09:0027.06.2022 23:59
Sommersemester 202204.03.2022 10:0006.05.2022 23:55


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