This course will focus on the means of achieving the safe design of welded structural connections so that the participant can utilize them and ensure the safety of his design during service life.
- Course Outline
After participating in this course, you will be able to:Description
¢ Analyze the joints knowing the fundamentals of strength of materials
¢ Design welded joints having understand basic weld design principles
¢ Prevent failures with the understanding of basic fundamentals of metal fatigue
¢ Evaluate and apply the above fundamentals on welded joints and structures
Welding permits the architect and structural engineer the complete freedom of design, freedom of development and the use of modern economical design principles. The widespread recognition of welding as a safe means of making structural connections has come about only after years of diligent efforts, and heavy documentation of research findings and successes. This course will focus on the means of achieving the safe design of welded structural connections so that the participant can utilize them and ensure the safety of his design during service life.Objectives
To pass on the knowledge of designing welded structural connections.Who should attend
To learn how to ensure safety of welded structures against static and fatigue loadings.
To discuss issues about design improvements of welded structural connections
Consulting structural engineers, project managers, construction engineers, fabricators and engineers who would be involved in design and assessment of welded structures, and would like to acquire the basic principles of the weld design. Those engineers who would be involved in the evaluation of the fatigue analysis of structures subjected to repeated loading, will also find the seminar very beneficial.
Faculty: Ashraf Dabayeh, Ph.D.Program Outline Day I
Registration and Coffee
Welcome, Introduction, Workshop Preview, Learning Outcomes and the Assessment Method
Design of Welded Structures " Overview of the Course
¢ Introduction to welded construction
¢ Fundamentals of strength of materials
¢ Welded joint design
¢ Metal fatigue
¢ Welded design improvements
Introduction to Welded Construction
¢ Welding importance to structural field
¢ Why welded construction?
¢ How good is a weld?
¢ Weld quality and inspection.
¢ Design for welding.
¢ Weldability and welding procedures
¢ Welding symbols
¢ Weld layout
Fundamentals of Strength of Materials
¢ Tensile, compressive, and shear properties of materials
¢ Engineering stress-strain properties
¢ True stress-strain properties
¢ Hardness testing, correlations and conventions
Performance of Welded StructuresDay II
Behavior under static loading (welded joint design).
¢ Types of welds
¢ Types of welded joints
¢ Static design of welded joints
Performance of Welded Structures
Behavior under repeated loading (metal fatigue)
¢ Loading spectrum
¢ Cycle counting technique
¢ Fatigue properties
¢ Stress-life and strain-life approaches in fatigue analysis
¢ Mean stress effect
¢ Notch geometry effect
¢ Potential modes of fatigue failures in welded structures
¢ Fatigue of welded joints.
Welded Design Improvements
¢ General guidelines
Participants work on hands-on exercises under guidance on both days. Workshop exercises include:
¢ Design of welded joints under static loading
¢ Fatigue damage calculations
¢ Design of welded joints against fatigue failure
Questions and Answers and Feedback to Participants on Achievement of Learning Outcomes
8:00 Registration and Coffee (Day I only)
8:30 Session begins
There will be a one hour lunch break each day in addition to a refreshment and networking break during each morning and afternoon session.
Dr. Ashraf Dabayeh is currently a section chief of structures with Bombardier Aerospace. Dr. Dabayeh received his M.A.Sc. and PhD from the University of Waterloo, specializing in fatigue and crack growth analysis of metallic materials, structural analysis and design of steel structures, stress analysis using the finite element method, multiple-site damage analysis, and composite and metallic repairs of aging aircraft materials. With over fourteen years of work experience with IMP Aerospace, L-3 Communications, and Bombardier Aerospace, he has been involved in the design and repair of metallic structures in the aerospace and automotive industries.
The author of several scientific publications, Dr. Dabayeh has delivered papers at different North American and European scientific conferences on topics related to fatigue and fracture mechanics of metallic and composite structures. He has also contributed to scientific textbooks in the same field.
- Prerequisites & Certificates
1.4 CEUs / 14 PDHs
- Cancellation Policy
To withdraw from a course, you must send a request, in writing, with the official receipt to our office. Fifteen or more business days in advance: full refund less $50.00 administration charge. Five to fifteen business days in advance: non-refundable credit of equal value for any future EPIC seminar within one year. Credits are transferable within your organization. In case of an unexpected event occurring after this time, you may send someone else to take your place without any additional cost.
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