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Part 1: Preliminary design of high-rise buildings
Despite their challenging design, construction and great expense, high-rise buildings continue to be built in increasing numbers throughout the world. High-rise buildings quickly become impractically expensive if structural needs are not considered early. Similarly attempting to build an irrational design can waste a lot of money. It has been said that 50% of the cost of the structural frame costs are affected by preliminary design, whereas detailed design.
Although tall buildings are commonly constructed using steel or composite construction, this seminar focuses on concrete buildings as they are especially relevant to this region.
Part 2: Introduction to seismic design
In 2013 the Building Construction Authority of Singapore released “BC3: Guidebook for design of buildings in Singapore to requirements in SS EN 1998-1”. This is a guidebook for the use of the earthquake code EC8. Thus, from 2013, all high-rise buildings in Singapore should be checked to see if their design must include the effects of earthquakes originating in Sumatra.
To understand the importance that Structural needs to be addressed at the preliminary design stage of the project and to know the effect of distant earthquakes on buildings in Singapore.
Lateral Load Resisting Systems
Concrete, Steel and Composite Buildings
Introduction to structural dynamics
Long Range Earthquakes Affecting Singapore
Lateral Force Analysis Method
Modal Response Spectrum Analysis
Target Audience: Engineers and Professionals
Supported by: Skillsfuture Credit and UTAP
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Skillsfuture Credit and Union Trade Assistance Programme (UTAP)
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||7 PDU / 6 STU (Structural)
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Course Fee is inclusive of 7% GST, course materials, 1 lunch and light refreshment during 2 tea break (HALAL)
Certificate of Attendance will be given to participants with 100% attendance
If payment via cheque, the cheque should be made payable to `Engineers Singapore Pte Ltd'
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