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Practical Connection Design Seminar
Posted by Kim Miller on March 17, 2009 at 10:24 AM.

This practice-oriented seminar focuses on what you need to know to design and evaluate the connections required for your projects with the efficient use of the 13th Edition AISC Steel Construction Manual.  You will learn the appropriate limit states for common connections, how the load path progresses through the elements of these connections, and how to simplify the design and review of these connections in your practice.  You will also understand how to apply the principles learned for common connections to more complex connections.

 

Date/Location:

 

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009
Louisville, KY - Hotel information will be posted 30 days prior to the event, please check http://www.aisc.org/seminars for updated venue information closer to the seminar date.

 

Time:   8am - 5pm (sign-in starts at 7:30am) Breakfast refreshments, lunch and afternoon refreshments provided.

 

Speaker:   Carol Drucker, P.E.

 

Handouts:    Each attendee will receive a copy of the Seminar Course Notes along with a CD containing all journal articles and AISC Design Guides referenced in the lecture.

 

 If you are a member of a regional SEA, CASE, AIA or SEI you may register at the AISC member price.  Just fill in your member number or oganization name in the AISC member number space on the registration form.

 

Go to:  www.aisc.org/seminars for city locations, pricing and registration information regarding this and other AISC seminars.

 

Go to: www.aisc.org/spring09 to register quickly online.

 

Email: seminars@aisc.org if you have any questions.

 

 This program complies with the continuing education requirements in all states.  This program is registered with the AIA.  Upon completion of the seminar, each attendee will be issued a Continuing Education Certificate from AISC for 0.8 CEUs / 8.0 PDHs.


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