Continuing Education


Education Archives

The AISC Education Archives contains a collection of recorded webinars, conference proceedings and articles that can be accessed at any time. 

Tip: Search by PDH CREDIT to find courses where continuing education credit can be earned.
 

2046 result(s) found

Course Name PDH Date Author/Speaker Type
Proactive Fracture and Fatigue Design in Steel [L3] 0 Apr 2019 Paul McMullin NASCC
Improving Project Coordination through Innovation: Reaching LOD 500 on Large Capital Projects [T10] 0 Mar 2015 Paul Nunn NASCC
What Does Management Review Mean to You and Your Quality Management System? [N47] 0 Apr 2013 Paul Palmes NASCC
Non-Conformances vs. Corrective Actions: What's the Actual Difference? [N49] 0 Apr 2013 Paul Palmes NASCC
Recent Research on Embedded Column Base Connections [N25A] 0 Apr 2016 Paul Richards; Amit Kanvinde NASCC
Local-Distortional-Global Interaction in Cold-Formed Steel Lipped Channel Columns: Behavior, Strength and DSM Design 0 Apr 2016 Pedro B. Dinis and Dinar Camotim, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal; Ben Young, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China SSRC
Spherically-Hinged Short-to-Intermediate Angle Columns Stability, Non-Linear Behavior and DSM Design 0 Mar 2017 Pedro B. Dinis and Dinar Camotim, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal SSRC
On the Buckling; Post-Buckling and Strength Behavior of Thin-Walled Unequal-Leg Angle Columns 0 Mar 2015 Pedro B. Dinis and Dinar Camotim; University of Lisbon; Lisbon; Portugal; Kostas Belivanis; Colter Roskos and Todd A. Helwig; University of Texas at Austin; Austin; TX SSRC
Accurate Direct Strength Method (DSM) Prediction of Column Flexural-Torsional Failure Loads 0 Apr 2019 Pedro B. Dinis, Dinar Camotim and Andre D. Martins; Universidade de Lisboa; Lisbon, Portugal; Alexandre Landesmann; Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil SSRC
On the Accuracy of the Current Direct Strength Method (DSM) Design Curve for Columns Failing in Global Modes 0 Apr 2018 Pedro B. Dinis, Dinar Camotim, and Andr‚ D. Martins; Universidade de Lisboa; Lisbon, Portugal SSRC