Additional Steel Topics
D. Matthew Stuart, P.E., S.E., F.ASCE, SECB
This one hour course includes the following information:
1. Asymmetrical Diaphragms
2. Axial Shortening of Columns
3. Circular or Infinite Load Path Framing
4. Braced Frames vs. Moment Frames
5. 9th Edition Allowable Stress Design vs. 13th Edition Allowable Strength Design
6. Flexible Moment Connections (FMC)
7. Fire Resistance of Structural Steel as Restrained Construction
8. Special Lateral Resisting System Issues:
a. Braced Frame/Shearwall and Moment Frame Interaction
b. Eccentrically Braced Frames
c. Shearwall and Vertical Bracing Configurations
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
RE: AISC Design Guidelines
Please note that this course and the corresponding quiz were developed when the referenced AISC Design Guidelines could be downloaded for free from the AISC website. You now currently have to be a member of AISC to download the Design Guidelines referenced in the course material and quiz for free. Therefore if you are not a member of AISC, or even if you already are, and have any questions concerning the material in the course that is referenced to an AISC Design Guideline, please feel free to contact the author directly for assistance at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the conclusion of this course, the student will:
This course is intended for structural engineers and architects.
Benefit to Attendees
A student of this course will gain an understanding of a number of different special topics relating to steel framed structures. Knowledge of these topics will enhance the breath and overall understanding of steel framed structures.
The purpose of this course is to introduce the user to a number of special topics that relate to steel framed structures as delineated on the Course Outline above.
In this lesson, you are required to study the course content in the following document:
Additional Steel Topics (a PDF file, 4.3 MB)
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This course provides insights into a number of special topics that relate to steel framed structures as delineated on the Course Outline above.
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Once you finish studying the above course content, you need to take a quiz to obtain the PDH credits.