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Basics of Structural Analysis, Part 3 of 3

Part 3 and the last part of this course
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 33h 5m
Language: English
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Description

This completes the course of the Basics of Structural analysis. It is  a more advanced part of the Structural analysis of structures. It covers different methods to solve statically indeterminate structures. After finishing this course, you will be able to analyze most structures for a variety of loads. This part 3 of the Basics of Structural Analysis course includes the following chapters:
Connections subjected to Torsion.
Combined Stresses.
Determinacy and Indeterminacy.
Deflections by the double integration method.
Deflections by the Conjugate Beam method.
Deflections by the virtual work method.
Consistent Deformations method.
Slope Deflection method.
Moment Distribution method.
And
The three moment-Equation method.
These methods are different ways to solve statically indeterminate structures. Once you understand them, you will be familiar with the basis of the commercial software packages out there which are used to solve Structures. Also, you will have a good basis for the Structural Design of structures. You will know how to check the Structures for the combined Stresses they are generally subjected to.
I would advise students to take the 3 parts of the course in order to obtain a comprehensive understanding of Structural analysis. I bet you will be a very good Engineer once you master these basics of structural analysis. You will also be more than ready to take on design courses, specifically the design of steel structures.

You will learn

✓ Basics of Structural Analysis, Part 3 of 3
✓ Chapters 21-30
✓ The final part of the Basics of Structural Analysis Course

Requirements

• Math Skills, High School Level
• Statics of Structures, High School Level

This course is for

• Civil Engineering Students, 2nd, 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students
• Architectural Students
A Structural Engineer
Engineering Summary:
Eight years of Canadian experience in heavy industrial projects Have worked in Several Multi-Hundred million Dollar Projects Solid technical background through education in Canada, USA, and Egypt Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from SDSU, SD State, USA Experience in structural design of reinforced concrete, wood and steel structures Familiar with structural software like STAAD Pro 2008, Risa3D, Auto CAD and SAP 2000 Field experience in Industrial Projects (Saskatoon, Ft. McMurray & Edmonton in Canada)
Key Skills:
Highly Analytical Team Player
Highly Adaptable Work well both in a team and independently
Hard Worker Good Communication Skills
Efficiently manage people and resources Fluent in English while Arabic is my mother tongue
Most-recent Professional Exposure:
Licensed Engineer II (on a Task by Task Basis) April 2015- Present
Precision Structural Engineers Inc. (PSEI), Klamath Falls, OR, USA 97601 Reviewed Structural design and Drawings of all Canadian projects within the firm Issued recommendations to the design engineer before stamping the design Designed a prefab building made out of Hot Rolled Steel Sections Designed a Wood house for a client Reviewed the Structural Design for the American Dream Mall in NJ, USA Projects include: Mandala Houses, Steel Domes, Wood Buildings, SIP Buildings and Pergolas
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Platform: Udemy
Video: 33h 5m
Language: English
Next start: On Demand

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