196-Structural Concepts for Non-Structural Engineers
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This continuing education course is written specifically for professional engineers with the objective of relating to and enhancing the practice of engineering.
Structural Concepts for Non-Structural Engineers is a course designed to promote understanding of why structures work the way that they do, and why they are designed the way that they are.
It is a course for people that do not have a heavy background in structural design, such as Electrical Engineers, Mechanical (HVAC) Engineers, and Architects.
It is, perhaps, a review for people who have studied structures in college, but have not been seriously involved with it since.
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