Training Structural Engineering for Non-Structural Engineers

Structural Engineering for Non-Structural Engineers Training Description Non-structural engineers and architects need a basic understanding of structural engineering. This course provides the fundamentals without delving into complicated mathematical formulas. The course covers the design and construction of concrete, steel, wood, and masonry building structures. Lectures will be followed by simple hands-on exercises and problem-solving sessions. After participating in this course you will be able to: Apply structural analysis methods to beams, trusses, slabs, columns, walls, frames, footings, and pile foundations Assess the design of reinforced concrete and structural steel members Solve common structural engineering problems Employ wood and masonry design procedures Who Should Attend Architects • Non-Structural Engineers (Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Mining, Chemical and Agricultural) • Plant Engineers • Fabricators and Manufacturers of Structural Systems • General Contractors • Property Managers • Directors of Physical Plants • Municipal Building Officials • Building Inspectors • Field Review Personnel • Project Engineers • Others wanting to know more about Structural Systems Course Outline Structural loads and procedures Structural...
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