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CCE-ON 125 - Basics of Structural Analysis

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
CCE-ON 125 22 August 2021 5 Days Online $ 2450 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 125 19 September 2021 5 Days Online $ 2450 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 125 17 October 2021 5 Days Online $ 2450 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 125 14 November 2021 5 Days Online $ 2450 Registration Form Link
CCE-ON 125 12 December 2021 5 Days Online $ 2450 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Structural analysis is the process of calculating and determining the effects of loads and internal forces on a structure, building or object. Structural Analysis is particularly important for structural engineers to ensure they completely understand the load paths and the impacts the loads have on their engineering design. It allows engineers or designers to ensure a piece of equipment or structure is safe for use under the estimated loads it is expected to withstand. Structural Analysis can either be performed during design, testing or post-construction and will generally account for the materials used, geometry of the structure and applied loads.

Course Objectives

  • Understanding the basic terms and concepts of structural analysis 
  • Discussing the codes and determining which ones to choose 
  • Discussing Finite Element Method (FEM) in structural analysis 
  • Overviewing and comparing the available software in the market

Who Should Attend?

  • Site supervisors 
  • Engineers 
  • Anyone who wants to learn about structural analysis  

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Types of structural analysis
  • Hand calculations
  • Finite element analysis
  • Structural analysis software
  • Differences between software 
  • The principal sources of uncertainty in structural design

Day 2

  • Definition of structural material
  • Material properties
  • The importance of mix design 
  • Standard deviation 
  • Reinforcing steel 
  • New structural material as high tensile plastic bars

Day 3

  • Basic structural analysis 
  • Design of beam 
  • Column 
  • Foundation 
  • Slab
  • Dealing with deflection.of structural members
  • Camper
  • Using additional reinforcing bars

Day 4

  • Finite Element Method (FEM)
  • Flexibility method or force method
  • Stiffness method or displacement method
  • Advantages vs. Disadvantages 
  • The various coordinates in FEM
  • Basic steps in FEM
  • Discretization
  • The factors governing the selection of finite elements

Day 5

  • What are structural design codes?
  • What does a code of practice do?
  • The importance of seismic zone
  • Earthquake behavior of buildings