Dette kursus er det andet i David Brohns kursusserie Understanding Structural Modelling Det er en forudsætning for deltagelse i dette kursus, at man har deltaget i det første kursus Understanding Structural Behaviour(G202).
Both junior and senior structural engineers.
At the end of the course, delegates should be able to; explain the process of structural modeling from the real structure through to the computermodel, identify and explain major systems of maintaining overall stability, the reduction of complex structures to a simpler form, key modes of failures in structural elements and systems.
The dominance of the computer in the design office has made a high level of numerical analytical skills redundant. With the power of analytical software on each desk, every engineer is able to analyse virtually any structure. This now presents a new challenge to those responsible for training of young engineers; have they understood the modelling process that created the analytical model of the structure and are they sure that it is weaker than the real structure?
The process of structural modeling, from the real structure to the analytical model does not depend upon computer analysis, although testing various solutions is very much part of that process.
Using an understanding of structural behaviour, this course applies to the key aspects of structural design.
A review of the modeling process
Fundamental behaviour of structural elements
Overall structural equilibrium
The behaviour of three-dimensional structures
Look, interpret and explain the behaviour of real structures
Reduce complex structures to simpler forms
Kurset kører 12-19 den første dag og 9-17 den anden dag
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