This course can be delivered in the offices of a company to a group of up to 16 engineers. It is currently not available as a public course.
The Eurocodes are now the British Standards for the design of structures. An understanding of Eurocode (EC0) and Eurocode 1 (EC1) is essential for building designers to be able to design using the material Eurocodes (EC2 to EC6). This course will explain how to use both EC0 and EC1 to determine the design loads and actions on a building.
Aims & Objectives
On completion of this course delegates will understand the limit state principles of the Eurocodes and how to determine self-weight, imposed, wind, snow, thermal and accidental actions on a building through the use of lectures and workshop problems.
After this course delegates will:
- Understand the design approach of the Eurocodes
- Understand of the Eurocodes relate to each other and other European Standards
- Be able to determine combinations of actions
- Be able to establish the actions on a building due to:
Imposed loads Snow
- Understand how to design a structure to resist accidental actions
- Be ready to use the material Eurocodes
- Eurocode – Basis of design (EN 1990) – including design exercise.
- Densities, self-weight and imposed loads (EN 1991-1-1) – including design exercise.
- Snow loading (EN 1991-1-3) – including design exercise
- Wind loading (EN 1991-1-4) – including design exercise
- Thermal actions (EN 1991-1-5) – including design exercise
- Accidental actions (EN 1991-1-7)
This course is intended as an introduction to Eurocodes for structural engineers who design building structures.
Candidates should bring a calculator, pencil, ruler and eraser.
Days (hrs) 1 day (6 hours) IPD/CPD
Phone: 01256 768588
Alan Wood & Partners
Lend Lease Design