10 June 2021 - 11 June 202110:00 - 17:30
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The course focuses on seismic loading and design codes, design principles and analysis for seismic loading, and design and detailing of structural members. Advanced topics like seismic isolation and performance-based design will also be addressed.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
Identify situations where earthquake loading must be included in the design of structures and how to define this loading
Understand the basic principles of seismic design and select appropriate performance requirements for structures subjected to earthquake loads
Select an appropriate structural configuration for a building situated in a seismic zone
Analyse a building for combined service and seismic loading
Design a bridge for seismic loading
Design and detail reinforced concrete structures
Design and detail steel and composite structures and detail them for adequate seismic performance
Practising structural design engineers and consultants seeking guidance on seismic design of structures, graduates undertaking their Initial Professional Development, and students, researchers and academics with limited seismic design experience
Participants should be familiar with the principles of structural design and the basics of structural dynamics.
Agathoklis is a Senior Lecturer in Structural Engineering at City, University of London, where he leads the Structural Dynamics Research Group. The group focuses on nonlinear stochastic dynamics approaches, signal analysis techniques, and seismic structural design and assessment.
Panagiotis is Lecturer in Structural Engineering in the Department of Civil Engineering at City, University of London. He has worked for more than 15 years in seismic design and assessment of structures both as a researcher and as consultant structural engineer.
Cedric is Professor of Structural Engineering at City, University of London. His research work is in very large-scale testing, with a focus on composite structures. His current research activity is on long span floors, particularly the ultra slim floor beam.
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