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Esteem Software Tutorial




Esteem is a structural design software that allows engineers to design and analyze various types of structures, such as beams, columns, slabs, walls, and meshes. Esteem can handle both 2D and 3D models, and supports various design codes and standards. Esteem also has features such as auto backup, data sheet input, and report generation. In this article, we will show you how to use Esteem software to create a simple 3D beam layout.


Step 1: Create a New Project and Input Gridlines




To start a new project in Esteem, you need to click on the File menu and select New Project. You will be asked to enter the project name, location, and design code. After that, you will see the main interface of Esteem, which consists of four windows: the 3D view, the data sheet, the properties panel, and the output panel.


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The first thing you need to do is to input the gridlines for your structure. Gridlines are used to define the location and orientation of the structural elements. To input gridlines, you need to click on the Gridline button on the toolbar, or select Gridline from the Insert menu. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the gridline name, direction, start point, end point, and spacing. You can also use the data sheet to input gridlines by typing in the corresponding cells.


For this tutorial, we will create a simple 3x3 grid with 5m spacing in both directions. You can follow the screenshot below to input the gridlines:



After you input the gridlines, you will see them displayed in the 3D view window. You can use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out, and the right mouse button to rotate and pan the view. You can also use the View menu to change the perspective, shading, and rendering options.


Step 2: Input Beams




The next step is to input beams for your structure. Beams are horizontal structural elements that support loads and transfer them to columns or walls. To input beams, you need to click on the Beam button on the toolbar, or select Beam from the Insert menu. You will see a dialog box where you can enter the beam name, start node, end node, section type, section size, material type, material grade, and load cases. You can also use the data sheet to input beams by typing in the corresponding cells.


For this tutorial, we will create beams along all gridlines with a rectangular section of 300x500 mm and a concrete material of grade C25. You can follow the screenshot below to input one beam:



After you input one beam, you can use the Copy button on the toolbar, or select Copy from the Edit menu, to copy and paste multiple beams along the same or different gridlines. You can also use the Move button on the toolbar, or select Move from the Edit menu, to move beams to different locations. You can use the Select button on the toolbar, or select Select from the Edit menu, to select one or more beams for editing or deleting.


After you input all beams, you will see them displayed in the 3D view window. You can use the same methods as before to manipulate the view. You can also use the Properties panel to change any properties of the selected beams.


Step 3: Save, Back Up and Auto Back Up




The last step is to save your project and back it up for future use. To save your project, you need to click on the Save button on the toolbar, or select Save from the File menu. You will be asked to enter a file name and a location for your project file. The project file has an extension of .est.


To back up your project, you need to click on the Backup button on the toolbar, or select Backup from the File menu. You will be asked to enter a file name and a location for your backup file. The backup file has an extension of .bak.


To enable auto backup for your project, you need to click on the Options button on the toolbar, or select Options from the Tools menu. You will see a dialog box where you can check or uncheck the Auto Backup option, and set the backup interval and location. By default, the auto backup option is checked, and the backup interval is 10 minutes.


After you save and back up your project, you can close Esteem software by clicking on the Exit button on the toolbar, or selecting Exit from the File menu. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Q to quit Esteem.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to use Esteem software to create a simple 3D beam layout. We have covered the basic steps of creating a new project, inputting gridlines, inputting beams, saving, backing up, and auto backing up. Esteem software is a powerful and user-friendly tool for structural design and analysis. You can learn more about Esteem software by visiting its official website, watching its tutorial videos , or reading its user manual. We hope you have enjoyed this article and found it useful.


References:



  • : Esteem Software official website



  • : ESTEEM TUTORIAL (IDP UiTM) - YouTube



  • : 3D Structural Design Using Esteem Software 2020 - YouTube



  • : Gridline input dialog box image



  • : Beam input dialog box image



  • : Esteem Software user manual PDF




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