Seismic Design in Steel -- Concepts and Examples (Part 8): Design of the Braced Frames (L4)
This 8-part course is intended to provide engineers with guidance on applying the AISC seismic design requirements, correctly and efficiently, on typical projects in regions of moderate or high seismicity. Parts 1-4 focus on seismic design concepts. Parts 5-8 go through four distinct parts of a seismic design example for a low-rise building.
Part 8 includes:
- Review of configuration-related issues, including load combinations and special checks
- Presentation of brace design
- Presentation of capacity design-analysis methods
- Presentation of beam design
- Presentation of column design
- Presentation of connection design at column
- Presentation of chevron connection design
- Presentation of base-plate design
This course is based on a past AISC Live Webinar series and Night School program.
You must purchase and pass a quiz to receive a PDH certificate for this course.
You can find other parts of this course at the following links: Part 1: Introduction to Effective Seismic Design; Part 2: Seismic Design Concepts -- Moment Frames; Part 3: Seismic Design Concepts -- Braced Frames; Part 4: Seismic Design Concepts -- Buildings; Part 5: Application -- Design Example Setup; Part 6: Application -- Building Anlaysis/Diaphragms; Part 7: Application -- Moment Frames.
- Date: 10/1/2018
- PDH Credits: 1.5
Rafael Sabelli, SE