Learn Structural Design in Calgary, AlbertaTraining courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Structural Design for students in Calgary, AB
Total 13 training courses and degree programs available.
Structural Design for non-structural Engineers WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: IDC Technologies Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Regina, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Canada V
Construction is the largest industry in the world and anything constructed needs to be designed first. Structural Engineering deals with the analysis and design; the basic purpose of which is to ensure a safe, functional and economical structure.
The participants of the workshop will gain the basic knowledge of structural engineering that includes principles of analysis of structures and their application, behaviour of materials under loading, selection of construction materials and design fundamentals for RCC & Steel structures. The emphasis has been kept on the determination of nature & quantum of stress developed under loads and the way structures offer resistance to it. Being the most widely used construction materials, the RCC & steel has been covered in detail though masonry & timber have also been described briefly.
Structural DesignCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Global Innovative Campus
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Calgary, Canada V
This course is a practical structural design course that contains step-by-step procedures that include instructions that help understand and solve routine building structural problems. The course contains a short introduction to the National Building Code of Canada, NBCC 2005, and then goes into detail on how to calculate the expected environmental and occupational loads on a structure, which includes dead, live, snow, wind, and seismic loads. A crash summary of the required structural analysis basics that are needed for structural design will be explained. The course then goes into the design of steel, reinforced concrete structural elements by limit states design according to the Canadian Standard Association CSA codes S16-01 and A23.3-04, respectively. The connection design of steel members and the design of deep and shallow foundations are also discussed.
Introduce the attendees to the manner in which environmental influences and occupancies are transformed into structural loadings and the manner in which structures resist these loadings. The attendees will learn how to compute loadings, and to design steel and concrete members, including steel connections. The course also includes the design of deep and shallow foundations and aims at exposing the attendees to the practical aspects of design, which are normally gained through practical experience and the work in design offices.
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Structural Design Of Industrial BuildingsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Educational Program Innovations Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Calgary, Halifax, Canada V
Efficient structural design of industrial facilities requires engineers to possess integrated knowledge of theory and practice. It is essential to understand the issues that can affect stability, safety, and serviceability.
This course presents structural design of industrial facilities in a systematic manner starting with loads and load combinations, different types of structural systems and framing concepts including crane runways and elevated floors. It discusses the essential concepts of strength and stability, serviceability and safe structural design. The design intricacies of various structural elements associated with industrial plants are reviewed. Connections and anchorage required for assembling a safe and serviceable structure are discussed. Foundation design is discussed from a structural engineer’s perspective. Emphasis is placed on applications of engineering judgement and economical foundation solutions. Selection of foundation, actual design approach and calculation methods are discussed. The course also covers the analysis of industrial floor slabs subjected to moving loads (traffic) and establishes structural design procedures by illustrating them with numerical examples similar to those usually encountered in design offices. Wall systems suitable for use in the industrial facilities are reviewed. Most commonly used materials and the selection of appropriate materials are discussed.
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Civil Engineering (Master Degree)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: University of Virginia School of Continuing and Professional Studies V
The Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering (Structural) emphasizes structural mechanics and/or structural design. The 30-credit hour program consists of 10 courses that can be completed on a part-time basis.
Courses offered through UVa are now available over the Internet, either in a live or asynchronous format. Participating students are required to have their own computer and access to the Internet with an &,quot,unlimited data&,quot, plan. Classes are scheduled in late afternoon and early evening hours.
Courses may be taken for graduate credit or for non-degree continuing education. If students wish to apply coursework for graduate credit towards the master’s degree, they must submit an application for admission to the program prior to enrollment. Students beginning study in a given year can schedule their courses appropriately after consultation with an academic advisor.
This program is offered through the University’s Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program (CGEP), which has served engineers and scientists through distance education since 1983. Please visit the CGEP website for program details, as well as admission requirements and application deadlines.
Revit Structure Essentials (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: CADD Centers of Florida V
Building Information Modeling
■Building Information Modeling for Structural Engineering
Revit Structure Basics
■Exploring the User Interface
■Working with Structural Elements and Families
Viewing the Structural Model
■Working with Views
■Controlling Object Visibility
■Working with Elevation and Section Views
■Working with 3D Views
Starting a New Project
■Starting a Project
■Adding and Modifying Levels
■Adding and Modifying Grids
Creating Structural Columns and Walls
■Working with Structural Columns
■Working with Structural Walls
■Adding Floor Framing
■Working with Beams and Beam Systems
■Working with Structural Steel Frames
■Working with Structural Concrete Beams
Creating Floors and Roofs
■Creating Roofs and Adding Structural Framing
Stairs and Ramps
Creating Plan Annotations and Schedules
■Working with Text and Tags
■Working with Schedules
■Working with Detail Views
■Adding Concrete Reinforcement
■Working with Drafting Views
■Working with CAD Details
Creating Construction Documentation
■Working with Sheets and Titleblocks
■Exporting Content to CAD Formats
Revit Structure (Master Degree)Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: CAD Masters, Inc. V
This course is recommended for structural engineers who want to learn how to use Revit Structure to model their projects. The course emphasizes Revit basics as well as including modeling information to export to analysis programs.
Topics include: BIM, Interface, Views, Elevations, Levels, Grids, Columns, Walls, Frames, Beams, Slabs, Roofs, Foundations, Stairs, Ramps, Sections, Details, and Construction Documents. Learn the Revit environment to work with modeled elements. Develop a comfort level working in Revit Structure. Learn to manipulate and understand the objects for better control and a more accurate model.
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