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Professional Certificate of Competency in Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers

BY THE END OF THIS 3-MONTH INTERACTIVE LIVE ONLINE COURSE YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:

  • Fully understand the role of a structural engineer
  • Predict the behaviour of structural members under loading
  • Understand the concept of stress functions such as tension, compression, shear and bending
  • Perform a basic analysis of statically determinate and indeterminate structures
  • Analyse the deformation of members under Loading
  • Understand the significance of material properties in design
  • Undertake the basic design of Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) structures
  • Undertake the basic design of steel structures
  • Undertake the basic design of masonry structures
  • Undertake the basic design of timber structural members


 
Next intake is scheduled for September 19, 2016.

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EIT Professional Certificate of Competency in Structural Design for Non-Structural Engineers endorsed by the International Society of Automation (ISA)

Overview


Construction is the largest industry in the world. Within a Civil Engineering context, ‘construction’ may refer to bridges, dams, earthworks, foundations, offshore structures, pipelines, power stations, railways, retaining structures, roads, tunnels, waterways and water/wastewater infrastructures. within a Mechanical Engineering context, on the other hand, ‘construction’ may refer to airframes, aircraft fuselages, boilers, pressure vessels, motor coaches, railroad carriages, cranes, elevators and ships.

Anything constructed needs to be designed first. Structural Engineering deals with the analysis and design aspects required to ensure a safe, functional and economical end product. During the design process the designer may constantly interact with specialists such as architects and operational managers. Once the design is finalized, the implementation involves people to handle aspects such as statutory approvals, planning, quality assurance and material procurement. The entire exercise can be undertaken in a highly-coordinated way if everyone involves understands the terminology or ‘project language’. To understand this language fully, it is necessary to appreciate the principles of structural analysis and design.

Participants in this course will gain a basic knowledge of structural engineering that includes the principles of analysis of structures and their application, the behaviour of materials under loading, the selection of construction materials, and the design fundamentals for Reinforced Cement Concrete (RCC) and steel structures. The emphasis will be on the determination of the nature and quantum of stress developed under  loads, and the way structures offer resistance to it. Being the most widely used construction materials, RCC and steel will be covered in detail, though masonry and timber are also introduced. 

NB: The course description of all EIT "Certificate" courses has been changed to "Professional Certificate of Competency". Some course brochures are not yet updated. The actual certificate received by successful students will include the new title.


Course Outline

Module 1: ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY DETERMINATE STRUCTURES I

Classification of structures
Types of loads
Stress in structural members
Types of supports in structures
Equilibrium of bodies

Module 2: ANALYSIS O F STATICALLY DETERMINATE STRUCTURES II

Bending moment and shear force
Effect of moving loads
Analysis of pin-jointed frames

Module 3: PRINCIPLES OF STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I

Mechanical properties of materials
Development of internal stresses
Flexural stresses in beams
Relationship between horizontal and vertical shear

Module 4: PRINCIPLES O F STRENGTH OF MATERIALS II

Determination of bending shear stress
Deformation of beams
Combined stresses

Module 5: ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES I

Structural classification based on degree of indeterminacy
Principle of superposition
Analysis of statistically indeterminate beams
Multi-span or continuous beams

Module 6: ANALYSIS OF STATICALLY INDETERMINATE STRUCTURES II

Slope deflection method
Moment distribution method
Influence line diagram for statically indeterminate structures

Module 7: DESIGN THEORIES AND LOADS

Stress-strain relationship for different materials
Design philosophies
Combination of loads
Theories of failure

Module 8: DESIGN OF STEEL STRUCTURES I

Properties of structural steel
Steel structural sections
Design of steel structures
Joints and fasteners for steel structures

Module 9: DESIGN OF STEEL  STRUCTURES II

Design of tension members
Design of compression members
Design of beams
Design of truss and allied structures

Module 10: DESIGN OF RCC STRUCTURES I

Properties of concrete
Principle of reinforced concrete design
Design norms for reinforced concrete beams
Design of reinforced concrete slabs

Module 11: DESIGN OF RCC STRUCTURES II

Design of reinforced concrete foundations
Design of axially loaded columns
Pre-stressed concrete
Multi-storied buildings

Module 12: DESIGN OF MASONRY AND TIMBER STRUCTURES

Masonry structures
Design of masonry structures
Strength of timber
Design of timber structures

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Course Fees

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  • All live webinars with a professional instructor
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  • Course materials
  • Software
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  1. Advanced Diploma of Civil and Structural Engineering
  2. Professional Certificate of Competency in Sewage and Effluent Treatment Technologies

Civil engineering influences almost every aspect of modern human life. Much of the physical infrastructure of modern society is provided through Civil Engineering. Civil Engineers plan, design, construct, maintain and recycle the structures in communities such as dams, bridges, roads, buildings, pipelines, railways and tunnels. Civil engineering is also responsible for the design, construction and maintenance of the critical elements which keeps communities functioning, such as transport systems, wastewater treatment, gas, water and electricity supplies. It is not only one of the oldest engineering disciplines, but it’s direct impact on safety and quality of life means that it carries larger consequences and responsibilities than any other engineering discipline.

The EIT’s Civil Engineering courses address these issues and provides a solid foundation in the fundamental knowledge and troubleshooting skills of civil engineering. Whilst there is probably not a shortage of theoretically oriented practitioners in civil engineering, there is a need for highly skilled, practically oriented engineers, technologists and technicians.

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