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Structural Steel Connections - Design, Detail and Specifications

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After participating in this course, you will be able to:

  • achieve economy on your projects by the skills developed through participating in the two workshops on designing and detailing connections under instructor guidance
  • design bolted and welded connections under static and dynamic loading
  • apply methods learnt from the course to achieve economy in design, fabrication and erection of steel structures

Description
Connections form a very important part of any steel structure and integrity of the structure depends on them. Accurate details and specifications are required for fabrication to ensure trouble-free erection. There is a potential for achieving economy in designing and specifying connections which is the focus of this workshop.

Course Outline:

  • Introduction
  • Connection Types
  • Bolts in Bearing-Type Connections
  • Bolts in slip-resistance connections
  • Welding design for stiffeners
  • Design of column base plates
  • Hollow Structural Section Connections
  • Design for Fatigue
  • Connection design for Earthquake loading
  • Installation & Inspection of Bolts

Who Should Attend
Structural designers • consulting engineers • detailers • specification writers • civil engineers in large industries • technicians and technologists • fabricators and erectors of steel structures

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