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Failure Prediction Model for Structural Glass Design

Description

While structural and architectural glass is ubiquitous in modern buildings, its design remains an enigma to many engineers due at least three factors: 1) the lack of a comprehensive design code 2) the need to design for probabilistic failure instead of allowable or ultimate stresses and 3) the relatively complex modeling needed to capture stresses throughout a member. This presentation will explain the content, context and assumptions of ASTM E1300 and provide some basic examples of design application.

  • Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education
  • Diamond Review approved in all 50 states
  • This webinar will be available as a recording.

Contributors

  • Joshua Schultz, PhD, P.E., LEED AP

    Joshua Schultz, PhD, P.E., is a consulting structural engineer and assistant professor at Gonzaga University, specializing in fa├žade design and composite material analysis. In addition to serving on the ASCE Wood Research Committee and the ASTM Collaboration - WK37764 Structural Use of Glass in Buildings Committee, Dr. Schultz leads the Facade Research Group at Gonzaga that works in collaboration with colleagues at Michigan Tech and Milwaukee School of Engineering. Joshua is a licensed engineer and holds bachelor, master and doctorate degrees in the areas of architectural and structural engineering.

August 18, 2020
Tue 10:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 30M

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