Eurocode 2 (BS EN 1992) Design of Concrete Structures – Basic concepts
Structural Eurocodes are recognised as being a significant change from the established design codes Engineers have familiarity with. Is the change so much of a difference or is a fear of the unknown?
What you will learn with Eurocode 2 - Design of concrete structures
The Eurocode 2 course will help experienced engineers understand the application of these new structural design codes 2 half day CPD programmes are proposed by the school of the Built and Natural Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University. It is recommended that those attending have experience in designing structures to BS5950, BS5368 and BS8110, or BS5400.
Eurocode 2 course aims and objectives
Explore BSEN1992 Design of Concrete Structures
- Samples of designing simple slabs and beams and an overview of columns.
- Consideration of BSEN206 in relation to EC2 regarding the choice of concrete classifications and requirements for durability and fire resistance.
- Consideration of BSEN10080 in relation to EC2 regarding the choice of steel reinforcement.
Speaker: Martin Cullen
CPD Certificate: 45 mins