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The Effects Of Blast On Reinforced Concrete Buildings (9th Run)


Date(s):
6th Oct 2020
Time:
9:00AM - 5:15PM -
Venue:
IES Academy@Jurong East
80 Jurong East Street 21, #04-10, Devan Nair Institute For Employment and Employability 609607
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Costs:
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CPD:
0.00
Description:

Course Objective

This course discusses the effects of blast on civilian structures.  The latest forms of structural and glazing protection are discussed.

In practical design, extensive use of software is usually made.  However, this course covers design principles with appropriate reference to the SS EN 1992 series on Design of Concrete Structures.

Hand-calculations are emphasized so that a ‘feel’ for the likely behavior of the structure under blast loading is obtained.  Although the course covers only RC buildings, as these are the most common in Singapore, the principles can easily be extended to structural steel buildings.

 

Course Outline

1.Introduction to Blast

2.Case Studies
  Ronan Point; Alfred Murrah Building; Khobar Towers; US Embassies in Tanzania and Kenya; WTC

3.Local Effects on RC Structures - Brisance; Contact explosion

4.Global Effects on RC Structures
  Concrete structures and blast; Cantilevers; Columns; Slabs; Beams; Shear walls; SDOF model

5.Derivations
 
6. Worked Example:  Wall design, Slab, Column

 

CPD: 7PDU / 6 STU (Structural) (To be confirmed)

 

SkillsFuture Credit Support

 

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Supported By:

 SkillsFuture Credit (SFC)
**MUST READ Informaton for SFC/UTAP claim, please click
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CPD  7PDU / 6STU (Structural)
Coordinator  Joyce Foo
Coordinator e-mail  joyce.foo@iesnet.org.sg
Remarks

 Course fee includes GST and Course Materials.

 1 lunch and 2 light tea-break (Halal)

 Certificate of Attendance will be given to participants with
 100% attendance.

If payment via cheque, should be made payable to `Engineers Singapore Pte Ltd'

 

 

 


Yet to be allocated
Ref: IESA-P0000001-508
 
 

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