Industrial Building Designs and Renovation Course

Industrial Building Designs and Renovation Course



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Who should attend?

  • Design Engineers
  • Consultant Engineers
  • Contractor Engineers
  • Engineering Services Companies
  • Construction Engineers


Course content:

1st Day

  • Introduction to American Codes, Creating Cost-effective Geometry Calculation of Loads and Load Combinations
  • Introduction to American Codes and How to Use Them
  • Creating Structural Layout
  • Design Criteria
  • Dead Load / Live Load and following loads in details
  • Seismic Loads, Sources, Standards, Procedures Used to Derive Seismic Load, Load Resisting System, Design Approach and Detailing Requirements
  • Wind Loads - Definition and its controlling factors, standards and procedures used to derive wind load, load resisting system, Basic knowledge of wind flow around buildings / structures and obtaining the design data and parameters in the calculation of wind loads
  • Load combinations [ASD / LRFD]

2nd Day

  • Design of Steel Industrial Buildings
  • Design of Pipe Racks
  • Steel Frames
  • Purlins and Side Girt
  • Crane Girders
  • Bracing Systems
  • Base Plates & Anchor Bolts

3rd Day

  • Design of Concrete Industrial Buildings
  • Concrete Slabs Design
  • Design of Concrete Beams for Shear and Torsion
  • Design of Concrete Columns
  • Design of Concrete Stairs
  • Foundations (Shallow & Deep)
  • Design of Frames
  • Design of Foundations for Vibrating Equipment
  • Design of Tanks Foundation
  • Liquid / Earth Retaining Structures

4th Day

  • Building Evaluation
  • Methods of Inspection and Evaluation of industrial Buildings
  • Visual Inspection Criteria
  • Ultrasonic and Infrared
  • Concrete Cracks Types
  • Corrosion Phenomena
  • Selecting the Materials Repair
  • Methods of Protection
  • Cathodic Protection

5nd Day

  • Methods of Industrial Buildings Renovation
  • Reasons for Renovating Industrial Buildings
  • Using CFRP for Structure Strengthening
  • Building Expansion
  • Strengthening of Primary Framing for Vertical Loads
  • Structural Steel
  • Metal Building Systems
  • Concrete
  • Wind and Seismic Retrofit
  • Foundation Strengthening
  • Renovation of Slabs on Grade
  • Adding New Equipment into Existing Buildings
  • Strengthening Anchors and Embedment

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