Tekla Structures is used in the construction industry for steel and concrete detailing, precast and cast in-situ. The software enables users to create and manage 3D structural models in concrete or steel, and guides them through the process from concept to fabrication.The process of shop drawing creation is automated. It is available in different configurations and localized environments.
Tekla Structures is known to support large models with multiple simultaneous users, but is regarded as relatively expensive, complex to learn and fully utilize.It competes in the BIM market with AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, DProfiler and Digital Project, Lucas Bridge, PERICad and others.Tekla Structures is Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) compliant, among about 40 other competitive systems.
Modeling scopes within Tekla Structures includes Structural Steel, Cast-in-Place (CIP), Concrete, Reinforcing Bar, Miscellaneous Steel and Light Gauge Drywall Framing.The transition of Xsteel to Tekla Structures in 2004 added significant more functionality and interoperability.It is often used in conjunction with Autodesk Revit, where structural framing is designed in Tekla and exported to Revit using the DWG/DXF formats.
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Qualification : Diploma/B Tech/M Tech in Mechanical/Civil