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Composite Steel Concrete Structures ENG713

Introduction

This unit introduces the students to composite structures and their design for strength and serviceability in accordance with Australian Standards and Eurocode. The units further explore the research of these structures and ways of their evaluation and optimisation. The syllabus also covers topics such as composite dynamic behaviour, case studies and introduction to floor design based on commonly available design aids.

Summary

Unit name Composite Steel Concrete Structures
Unit code ENG713
Credit points 12.5
College/School College of Sciences and Engineering
School of Engineering
Discipline Engineering
Coordinator Doctor Assaad Taoum
Delivered By University of Tasmania

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Learning Outcomes

  • Analyse and determine internal forces in a steel-concrete member
  • Design and detail steel-concrete members for strength and serviceability in accordance with Australian Standards
  • Evaluate different floor systems in terms of structural and economical efficiency
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Requisites

Prerequisites

ENG705 and ENG707

Teaching

AssessmentDesign/drawing (40%)|Design/drawing (40%)|Data analysis (20%)
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Textbooks

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