Structural Systems and Materials (CE 321.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
CE 321 02 January 2017 Bruce Sparling (primary instructor)
CE 321 L02 January 2017 Bruce Sparling (primary instructor)
 
CE 321 02 January 2016 Jocelyn Enns (primary instructor)
CE 321 L02 January 2016 Jocelyn Enns (primary instructor)

Description

The behaviour and applications of basic forms of structural systems are reviewed, including beam and column systems, arches and cable systems, trusses, braced systems and rigid frames. Limit States design principles in accordance with the National Building Code of Canada (NBCC) are introduced as a means of dealing with uncertainty in design. The estimation of building loads is covered, including dead and live loads, snow and rain loads, and loads due to wind. An introduction is also given to the characteristics of common structural materials, including steel, reinforced concrete and wood.

Prerequisite(s)

CE 317 and GE 210 (taken).

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