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New AISC Night School Course: Fundamentals of Stability for Steel Design
Posted by Tasha Weiss on May 9, 2013 at 10:48 AM.

night_school2_lg.jpgLooking for an educational program that enhances your professional development and accommodates your busy schedule? AISC offers Night School, an evening curriculum of online courses that focus on relevant structural steel design and construction topics. Registration is open for the second course in the program, “Fundamentals of Stability for Steel Design,” which begins June 3.  

 

The course will provide a comprehensive overview of the behavior and design of compression, flexural, beam-column and bracing members, as well as an introduction to system stability. Examples illustrating stability analysis and design concepts will also be included. 

 

The course consists of eight 1.5-hour webinar sessions on Monday evenings, beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern Time:

 

Session 1: June 3 - Course Introduction and Behavior of Compression Members
Session 2: June 10 - Design of Compression Members
Session 3: June 17 - Behavior of Flexural Members
Session 4: June 24 - Design of Flexural Members
Session 5: July 8 - Stability of Structural Systems
Session 6: July 15 - Design of Members Subject to Compression and Flexure
Session 7: July 22 - Fundamental Concepts of Bracing Compression and Flexural Members
Session 8: July 29 - Design of Bracing for Columns and Beams

 

For registration details and additional information about the course, visit www.aisc.org/nightschool.


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