AISC’s Night School Webinar Series
The American Institute of Steel Construction runs a webinar series known as Night School. Periodically, the Structural Stability Research Council offers webinars related to the stability of steel and steel-concrete composite structures through AISC’s Night School. Practicing engineers and related construction practitioners (e.g., manufacturers, fabricators, erectors, detailers) are the intended audience for these webinars.
Forthcoming AISC Night School Webinars from SSRC
The next AISC Night School from SSRC is not yet scheduled.
Past AISC Night School Webinars from SSRC
Winter 2015, Night School 7: Stability Design of Steel Structures – Applying Modern Methods of Structural Analysis. Written and presented by Donald W. White, Ph.D., and Ronald D. Ziemian, Ph.D., P.E. in collaboration with SSRC – the Structural Stability Research Council.
Session 1: January 26 – Modern Methods of Structural Analysis, from Linear to Nonlinear – Part I
Session 2: February 2 – Modern Methods of Structural Analysis, from Linear to Nonlinear – Part II
Session 3: February 9 – Modules for Learning Structural Stability
Session 4: February 23 – Second-Order Elastic Analysis – Getting it Right
Session 5: March 2 – The AISC Direct Analysis Method from Soup to Nuts
Session 6: March 9 – Stability Design of Low- and Medium-Rise Steel Buildings
Session 7: March 16 – Stability Design – Advanced Applications
Session 8: March 30 – New Opportunities – Design by Inelastic Analysis
Fundamentals for Stability for Steel Design – This course consists of an 8-lecture series that was developed by Ron Ziemian, Perry Green, Todd Helwig, Don White, and Joe Yura. The course was developed as part of the AISC Night School Program and was presented online in the Summer of 2013.