STRUT-AND-TIE: Modeling for Concrete Structures - Part 2

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$80.00
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$250.00
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Overview

Part 2 of the Strut and Tie course serves as a significant step in providing the knowledge that is required for a proper and a more efficient manner for concrete design, and a key advantage of a Strut and Tie model is that the designer can visualize the flow of stresses in the member.

Part 2 of the course will provide delegates with details on the implementation of the strut-and-tie method, the design principles of strut-and-tie modeling. 

Content:
  • Case study
  • Structural drawings & truss models
  • Construction photos
  • General overview
  • Strut & tie in AS3600: 2018
  • Analysis & design
  • Sample calculation
  • Design considerations
Presenters
Rocco Carinci 
Managing Director at Rincovitch Consultants
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Managing Director at Rincovitch Consultants and a structural engineer with over 35 years of experience in design, Rocco worked in smaller and larger consultancies before joining Rincovitch Consultants in 1995.
 
Rocco has design experience across the sectors of high rise residential and commercial, institutional and health, industrial, domestic, sports and recreation. Rocco’s design experience encompasses reinforced and post- tensioned concrete, precast concrete, steel design and foundations. At Rincovitch Consultants, Rocco has a keen interest in the history of science and engineering and modern construction technology, he approaches his ideas on a pragmatic and a constructability oriented mind set.

Aidan Lee Associate at Rincovitch Consultants
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Learning Module Standard Inclusions
By purchasing this Online Learning Module, you will have the opportunity to view recorded presentations (video and audio) at your own pace over a 90-day period.

Total viewing time - 77 min