Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) Part 3

 

Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel (AESS) - Part 3, Innovations Webinar // Online SELF-PACED Learning

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  • Course Date: Dec 01, 2014 - Dec 31, 2017
  • Course Time: 2:30 - 2:30

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National

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  • After: Nov 06, 2014
  • CISC Members Price: $160.00 - non-Member: $160.00
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The first two parts of this series looked in detail at the CISC AESS Category System and its applications to a range of projects. In this webinar recording we will examine the use of AESS in more challenging projects, from the perspective of the inclusion of items such as large castings, curved steel, tension elements and eccentric geometries. The projects will be described in terms of the appropriate choices in the AESS Category system and how their detailing is either as a result of the category choice or leads to category choices. The majority of the cases have been designed to AESS Categories 3, 4 and Custom. The webinar will stress the appropriate application of high level categories to these types of projects. The projects showcased will include Canadian as well as International examples.

These new uses of steel require a different approach to design, one that is reflected in recently established AESS document series created by CISC (The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction) and the speaker’s recent book “Understanding Steel Design: An Architectural Design Manual” and her upcoming book “Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel: Specifications, Connections, Details” both published by Birkhäuser.


Who would benefit?
 • Engineers, technologists and technicians involved in design with AESS
 • Architects and technologists involved in design with AESS
 • Educators involved in teaching steel design to either an Architectural or Engineering body of students

The Webinar Recording is highly visual and include many examples from recent projects in Canada and around the World.
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