Structural Engineering is one of the most challenging engineering that one can experience. This branch concerned with the research, planning, design, construction, inspection, monitoring, maintenance, rehabilitation and demolition of permanent and temporary structures, as well as structural systems and their components. It also considers the technical, economic, environmental, aesthetic and social aspects of structures. Undoubtedly building codes have made things much more easier but that is not the limit.
If one can think about structural engineering and first class of structural mechanics, you always wondered about behavior of materials under different loading, how does bending moment affect a structure and why is shear always so critical. You get pretty confused and always looked for a good source to read about some “intuitive structural engineering”..
Generally all the blogs about structural engineering talk about design methodology and how building codes define certain things and stuff like that.
This course contains of
- Reinforced Concrete Design
- Structural Steel Design
- Structural Timber Design
- Advanced Solid Mechanics
- Structural Analysis 1: Static Methods
- Structural Analysis 2: Plasticity in Structures
- Structural Analysis 2: Dynamics of Structures
- Wind Engineering
- Earthquake Engineering
- Analysis and Design of Buildings
- Computer Aided Analysis and Design