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Aisc Steel Design Course - Part 1 Of 7

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Aisc Steel Design Course - Part 1 Of 7

Aisc Steel Design Course - Part 1 Of 7
Published 2/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.21 GB | Duration: 2h 36m

A comprehensive course, covering all topics regarding Structural Steel Design.

What you'll learn

Key Concepts regarding the behavior of Steel

Design Methodologies (ASD and LRFD)

Factored Load Calculation by LRFD

Navigating AISC Manual

Practical applications of various concepts of steel design

Requirements

Familiarity of Structural Mechanics is Required

No prior design experience required

Access to AISC Manual is preferred

Access to ASCE 7 is preferred

Familiarity to Engineering Mathematics is preferred

Description

Part 1 of 7 of the Steel Design Course will teach you the fundamentals of design.It will go over structural steel as a material, its behavior, and other properties such as its advantages and disadvantages, different steel sections, stress-strain relationships in steel, the use of modern steel, economical design of steel structures, structural failure, the duties and responsibilities of a structural designer, and navigating the AISC Manual. This section of the course will also cover the several types of loads (dead, live, and environmental), design methodologies (ASD and LRFD), design philosophies (LRFD), and load combinations utilized in steel structure analysis using the ASCE 7 code. We will also look at its practical use through a variety of scenarios. The design methodology used throughout the course will be LRFD. All the lectures in this course will be based on the book "Structural Steel Design, 5th Edition, by Jack C. MacCormac and Stephen F. Csernak". American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC ) 14th Edition will be referred to throughout the course.Future sections of this course will cover subjects such as tensile member analysis and design, compression member design, flexure member design, different types of connection (bolted, welded) design, and several other topics.All you need is a decent understanding of structural mechanics and engineering-level mathematics. Students are also expected to have access to the AISC Specification and ASCE 7 code.

Overview

Section 1: Introduction to Structural Steel Design

Lecture 1 1.0 Chapter-I Overview

Lecture 2 1.1 Advantages of Steel as a Structural Material

Lecture 3 1.2 Disadvantages of Steel as a Structural Material

Lecture 4 1.3 Early Uses of Iron and Steel

Lecture 5 1.4 Steel Sections

Lecture 6 1.5 AISC Nomenclature

Lecture 7 1.6 Section Properties

Lecture 8 1.7 Stress-Strain Relationships in Structural Steel

Lecture 9 1.8 Modern Structural Steel

Lecture 10 1.9 ASTM Designations

Lecture 11 1.10 Measurement of Toughness

Lecture 12 1.11 Jumbo Sections

Lecture 13 1.12 Lamellar Tearing

Lecture 14 1.13 Furnishing of Structural Steel

Lecture 15 1.14 The Work of the Structural Designer

Lecture 16 1.15 Responsibilities of the Structural Designer

Lecture 17 1.16 Economical Design of Steel Members

Lecture 18 1.17 Failure of Structures

Lecture 19 1.18 Handling and Shipping of Structural Steel

Lecture 20 1.19 Calculation Accuracy

Lecture 21 1.20 Computers and Structural Steel Design

Lecture 22 End of Chapter 1

Section 2: Specification, Loads, and Methods of Design

Lecture 23 Chapter-II Overview

Lecture 24 2.1 Specifications and Building Codes

Lecture 25 2.2 Loads

Lecture 26 2.3 Dead Loads

Lecture 27 2.4 Live Loads

Lecture 28 2.5 Environmental Loads

Lecture 29 2.6 Design Methodologies

Lecture 30 2.7 Design Philosophy

Lecture 31 2.8 Example 1

Lecture 32 2.9 Example 2

Lecture 33 2.10 Example 3

Lecture 34 Congratulations!!!

Lecture 35 Next Steps !!

Civil Engineering Students,Structural Engineering Students,Structural EITs,Construction Engineering Students,Basically anyone who has interest in this topic