# Structural Steel Member Design with a Practical Example

Structural Steel Member Design Course with a Practical Example as per Australian Standard ( AS4100)

Working in industry can be very challenging due to the gap between academic education and industry. You need to be quick and efficient and at the same, you need to have a good understanding of the theory behind the so many formulas you are trying to solve. For this reason, I have created this course to give you the ability to connect the theory to the final solution.

What you’ll learn

• Structural steel member design due to any type of load applied to the member such as compression loads, tension loads, uni-axial and bi-axial bending moments, shear forces as well as combined actions such as bending + axial load and bending + shear force.
• Learn about key points of steel member design which you need to know if you are seeking to work in industry.
• Good understanding of Australian Steel Structures Standard, AS4100.
• Practical example of a full steel member design.

Course Content

• Introduction –> 7 lectures • 46min.

Requirements

• Being familiar with the basics of structural steel design and structural analysis.

Working in industry can be very challenging due to the gap between academic education and industry. You need to be quick and efficient and at the same, you need to have a good understanding of the theory behind the so many formulas you are trying to solve. For this reason, I have created this course to give you the ability to connect the theory to the final solution.

In this course I will start with an overview of code and design method in Australian Steel Structures standard, AS4100.

Then we will look at the most important parts of the theory of different actions that can be applied on a steel member which are compression loads, tension loads, uniaxial and biaxial bending moments, shear forces as well as combined actions such as bending + axial load, and bending + Shear force for a full steel member design

we will also look at the theory and the practical aspects of every formula and will give you the key points to consider which I have learnt during my work in the industry.

Finally, we will go through a real-life example together to give you the skills required for a full practical steel member design.

By the end of this course, you will be able to do a full steel member design similar to what a professional engineer does in the Australian industry.

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