SEAOG GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
Edencrete - Carbon Nanotube Admixture
Hilti- Anchor SafeSet Technology
Structural - Repair and Strengthening
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Meetings are held at
Registration begins at 6:00 pm, dinner at 6:30 pm. The program time is 6:45 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
A certificate for one PDH will be provided.
Cost is $30 for members, $40 for non-members, $20 for full-tme students.
PLEASE NOTIFY IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND.
SEAOG YOUNG MEMBERS GROUP
SEAOG YMG MEETING
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19th at 6:30PM
PIZZA, REFRESHMENTS & GROWLERS WILL BE PROVIDED!
Donations for growlers are welcome, but not required.
TOPIC: HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE SE/PE EXAM
SPEAKER: PANEL OF FORMER PE/SE EXAMINEES
PES STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS
1852 CENTURY PLACE NE, SUITE 201
ATLANTA, GA 30345
CLICK HERE TO RSVP FOR THE MEETNG
Practical Applications of Structural Dynamics in
Accordance with the Latest Codes and Standards
Authored by Timothy W. Mays, Ph.D., P.E., Practical Applications of Structural Dynamics is a comprehensive and example filled design guide on everything from simplified to extremely detailed applications of structural dynamics to the design of structural systems including but not limited to buildings, bridges, marine structures, foundation systems, antiterrorism systems, and even retrofitting structures to reduce vibrations. The new, standalone publication contains page after page of comprehensive technical content and easy to read theoretical applications followed by practical design examples. All relevant code provisions (e.g., 2015 IBC, 2014 AASHTO, 2016 MOTEMS) for applying the approaches used in the guide are fully presented in the guide. Simplified design aids are also included in the publication.
Part I of the course provides a detailed overview of structural dynamics as needed to fully understand the material presented in the book and to make the remaining portions of the course very easy for the attendee to follow. Part II of the course presents simplified, yet code compliant, applications of structural dynamics to the design of marine structures and other structures where impact is the prime concern. Part III moves into the world of linear and nonlinear analysis and the design of structural systems for blast loads. A comparison of example problem results for nonlinear static versus traditional dynamic methods used by engineers is also presented in this section. Part IV covers all remaining topics to include, but not limited to, floor vibrations, structural system vibrations, and soil structure interaction to include preventing damage from pile driving.
Please note that although adequate theoretical background is given during the course, those wanting a more developed understanding of the applications presented in the course and those wanting additional topics plus more example problems on the topics discussed in the course should definitely consider purchasing the optional course text.
Course hours are approved for all states including FL and NY through the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations. All attendees may elect to purchase one copy of Practical Applications of Structural Dynamics at a reduced cost of only $64 (that is a significant savings off the yet to be released cover price). If you want a better understanding of the dynamic analysis and design of a variety of structural systems from one source that ties it all together, you donít want to miss this opportunity.
SPACE IS LIMITED - PLEASE REGISTER EARLY!
Timothy Wayne Mays, Ph.D., P.E. is President of SE/ES and a Professor of Civil Engineering at The Citadel in Charleston, SC. Dr. Mays previously served as Executive Director of the Structural Engineers Associations of South Carolina and North Carolina. He currently serves as NCSEA Publications Committee Chairman. He has received three national teaching awards (ASCE, NSPE, and NCSEA) and both national (NSF) and regional (ASEE) awards for outstanding research. He is the recipient of the 2009 NCSEA Service Award. He is a prolific speaker who participates in code development and his areas of expertise are code applications, structural design, seismic design, steel connections, structural dynamics, and civil engineering aspects of antiterrorism.
July 21, 2017 - Atlanta/Norcross, GA
7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn Express - Peachtree Corners NE
7035 Jimmy Carter Blvd.
Norcross, GA 30092
$129 - if received by July 7, 2017
$149 - if received after July 7, 2017
$49 - unemployed and full-time student special rate
$30 discount for each additional registration from the same company (e.g., 3 people from the same company pay 1 x $129 + 2 x $99 = $327)
$10 additional discount for registered SEAoG members (applies to $129 and $149 rates only)
Click Here to Download Registration Form
Habitat is ready and in need of construction volunteers for the entire month of June at multiple build site locations, and we would love to see you at one of them!
To register for one of the construction builds, simply:
- Log into your account and click
"sign in" at the bottom of the volunteer opportunities.
- Click "Register / Unregister for an Event", which will be the first option you see after logging into your account.
- Click the bubble beside the event you would like to register, edit or cancel
Please see attached "How to Volunteer" form for instructions on how to register.
You are also invited to a Volunteer Information Session/Open House on this Saturday (06/03/2017) at 10:30 AM at the Smyrna ReStore. This presentation will take approximately 45 minutes. It will include a presentation about Habitat for Humanity, the local Habitat affiliate, ReStore, and serving as a volunteer. A tour of the store will also be given.
If you have any questions about upcoming construction builds or participating in the info session this Saturday, please feel free to contact Camellia Chandler directly and copy Keith Coleman. Thank you for your support as we work to eliminate sub-standard housing!
2017 Skipper Seminar: SunTrust Park, The New Home of the Atlanta Braves
Date: Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Location: AGC Conference Center, Sponsored by Metromont (3 miles from SunTrust Park)
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.†
*Optional Tour of the SunTrust Stadium at 1:30†may be available, TBD.
Lunch will be catered by Chick-Fil-A.
Speakers & Topics:
1. Tim Santi, Walter P. Moore: Overall presentation on the SunTrust Park structure. Walter P. Moore was the structural engineer firm for the ballpark.
2. George Spence and Angela San Martin, Metromont Precast: Precast seating and parking decks.
3. Mo Wright, Gate Precast: Precast cladding panels on the park's structure.
4. Mark Granger, Ops Manager for the Braves and Doug Hall, SPM on the ballpark structure: Construction of the Park
Save the Date!
*Timing & Details Subject to Change.
Tickets & Pricing will be available shortly!
to attend SJI's Webinar:
Diaphragm Design That Makes Sense: How To Design and Specify Steel Deck by Representatives of the SDI
The Steel Joist Institute presents the webinar "Diaphragm Design That Makes Sense: How To Design and Specify Steel Deck by Representatives of the SDI." Recent changes in design codes and construction practices have made diaphragm connection design more complicated and time consuming. This webinar identifies those changes, provides design guidance, reviews upcoming publications, and introduces new SDI design tools.
The learning objectives include:
- Recognizing appropriate AISI and SDI Standards and literature.
- Understanding the limits of existing shear tables and evaluation reports
- Design procedures for uniquely shaped and sloped structures.
- Design procedures and shear capacities over CF framing.
|Wednesday, June 21, 2017
||Individual - $75 per person
||Earn 0.15 CEUs or 1.5 PDHs
|3:00 pm - 4:30 pm (EST)
Register for Night School 14 - Fundamentals of Stability
Presented by Members of the Structural Stability Research Council - Perry Green, Todd Helwig, Donald White, Joseph Yura and Ronald Ziemian
Class begins June 5, 2017
Sessions will take place on Monday nights, 7 p.m. Eastern.
AISC is pleased to announce that Night School 14 - Fundamentals of Stability, will begin on June 5, 2017. This 8-session, 12-hour course will present an overview of the behavior of compression, flexural and beam-column members as well as an introduction to system stability. In addition, the behavior and design of bracing intended to resist such failure modes will be presented.
Note - this is the same program as Night School 2, from 2013.
Session 1: June 5, 2017 - Behavior of Compression Members by Ziemian
Session 2: June 12, 2017 - Design of Compression Members by Green
Session 3: June 26, 2017 - Behavior of Flexural Members by Ziemian
Session 4: July 10, 2017 - Design of Flexural Members by Helwig
Session 5: July 17, 2017 - Stability of Structural Systems by Ziemian
Session 6: July 24, 2017 - Design of Members Subject to Compression and Flexure by White
Session 7: July 31, 2017 - Fundamental Concepts of Bracing by Helwig
Session 8: August 7, 2017 - Design of Bracing for Columns and Beams by Yura
Registration information can be found here.
AISC Night school sessions are presented through an Internet and phone connection (if desired). There are two options for registration:
8-Session Package: the 8-session package is intended for an individual attendee. Only one certificate will be issued. Access to a PDF file of the slides, quizzes and a final exam as well as limited access to the session recordings will be given. Earn up to 1.2 CEUs/12PDHs depending on attendance.
Pricing for 8-session package:
Members: $500 per person
Non-Members: $900 per person
Student/Faculty: $250 per person
Individual webinars: purchase a single site connection for any or all of the sessions and an unlimited number of people within your office can attend at that single connection. Additional sites require purchasing additional connections. Access to a PDF file of the slides prior to the session will be given. All attendees are eligible to receive 0.15 CEUs/1.5 PDHs per session.
Pricing for individual webinars:
Members: $185 per connection
Non-Members: $285 per connection
Students/Faculty: $155 per connection
Learn more about AISC Night School and register today!
Welded Connections - A Three-Part Webinar Series Presented by Duane K. Miller
Sessions will take place on Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. EDT and each will run 1 hour 40 minutes.
Take your understanding of welded connections to a new level with this 3-part webinar series presented by Duane Miller. This webinar series will begin with a session on the fundamentals of welded connections including a review of applicable welding codes, the basics of welded joints and weld types, and required weld metal strength levels. Session 2 will discuss seismic design and ductility, the 1994 Northridge earthquake and the requirements of the AWS D1.8 Seismic Welding Supplement. AISC 358 - Prequalified Connections for Special and Intermediate Steel Moment Frames will be introduced. The last session will cover atypical welding applications for buildings, presenting practical, straightforward solutions to challenging situations including: extending anchor bolts, welding on coated steels, welding AESS, welding on existing structures and more.
Session 1: June 29, 2017 - Fundamentals of Welded Connections
Session 2: July 6, 2017 - Welded Connections for Seismic Service
Session 3: July 13, 2017 - Special Welding Applications and Field Fixes
Note - this is an encore presentation of Night School 12, Sessions 5, 7 and 8, from 2016.
Registration information can be found here
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